- Oheneyere Gifty Anti turned 50 years old on Wednesday, January 23, 2020
- Prior to her special day the TV personality splashed her social media handles with images of herself styled in traditional royal outfits
- YEN.com.gh features five mind-blowing photos of Oheneyere Gifty Anti redefining traditional royal looks
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Ghanaian media personality, Oheneyere Gifty Anti, turned 50 years old on Wednesday, January 23, 2020 and she set the tone to her special day with lovely images of herself in some gorgeous African traditional outfits.
The popular TV star splashed her social media handles with photos of herself styled in luxurious and regal Ghanaian African prints along with lovely beads and other African made accessories.
Gifty has been promoting the rich culture of the country through her stunning fashion choices even prior to setting the tone to mark her 50th birthday.
The photos also show Oheneyere Anti in stunning African print apparels pairing with traditional scarfs.
Here are stunning photos of her dressed in royal outfits.
1: Gifty Anti glows in African print, lovely scarf and regal accessories.
2: Stunning looking Gifty Anti mesmerises in phone.
3: Gifty Anti express gratitude in lovely image.
4: Oheneyereon some royal dance moves.
5: TV personality dazzles with lovely smile.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Gifty Anti splashed images of herself rocking in a ripped jeans, a silver short sleeve top and a cowboy cap ahead of her birthday which falls on January 23, 2020.
The latest images also show the single mother of one flaunt her expensive motorcycle which she indicated she has been a biker for years before she tied the knot with her husband, a colleague TV personality, Nana Ansah Kwao IV, Chief of Akwamu Adumasa.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previous reported a recent development in a US school indicates that Deandre Arnold, a high school student of Barbers Hill High School is being discriminated against because of his choice of hair style.
The Barbers Hill High School located in Mont Belvieu, reportedly suspended him and banned him from taking part in his own graduation unless he cuts his locks to a shorter length. Blacknews.com reports the school officials claim their decision is hinged on the back of the school’s long-standing policy of ''dress code policy that prohibits any cornrow or any other method of wearing of the hair.''
''Our policy limits the length. It’s been that way for 30 years,'' Superintendent Greg Poole is quoted to have told KHOU 11. The development has triggered a response from activists who consider the school’s policy another case of racial discrimination.
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