- Angelina Akua Nana Oduro was a Ghanaian model in the 1990s and currently a fashion designer
- Nana Oduro's iconic 'Akwaaba' photo has become a national asset symbolising Ghana's hospitality globally
- The photo was taken in 1993 and has since cross borders into other nations
- YEN.com.gh features photos of Nana Oduro after over 20 years since she posed for the camera
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported about Angelina Akua Nana Oduro, a Ghanaian former 90's model whose iconic 'Akwaaba' photo has become a national asset symbolising Ghana's hospitality globally.
Angelina Akua Nana Oduro's image was taken in 1993 and has since become a household name over two decades ago, featuring on calendars, posters, hotels and in the homes of some prominent Ghanaians including presidents.
The iconic image, widely recognised as a symbolism of Ghana’s hospitality features Angelina adorn in regal Ghana Kente while holding a calabash with a flashing smile.
Angelina Akua Nana Oduro's photo, also touted as one of the country's most iconic photos has been widely circulated since she first posed for the camera.
At a point within the over 20-year period, Angelina’s image was used as the front page of some exercise books which further imprinted her image in the minds of some school kids.
The popular Ghanaian former model is arguably the country's all-time most popular model by virtue of how widespread her iconic photo has been used and continues to feature on most platforms.
YEN.com.gh features current images of Angelina Nana Oduro after over 20 years since she posed for the camera.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that at a very tender age, Victor Kuutuome, a budding Ghanaian sculptor, knew that he would impact generations and his rise to fame was aligned to this belief after he produced a near-perfect statue of dancehall artiste Stonebwoy.
From an economically-disadvantaged region, the native of Nandom (Wa) in the Upper West, was born in Winneba on April 1, 1991, and speaks four languages; Dagaree, Fante, Twi and English.
Nicknamed Obama and Clay Dr, Victor had his basic education at University Practice School in Winneba, where he completed in 2006.
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