Ghanaian fashion ‘goddess’, Nana Akua Addo, has over the years mesmerised Ghanaians with her personal and expensive sense of fashion.
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The international model who continues to stun with her choice of fashion apparels on the red carpet has once again highlighted the narrative that she’s one of the most dominant forces in Ghana’s fashion industry.
Nana Akua Addo has been serving her fans with her hour-glass figure in latest stunning images.
Recently, YEN.com.ghhighlighted some amazing photos of the sensational Ghanaian fashion trailblazer.
Nana Akua Addo donned a white short top over a steel-hooped skirt and accessorised her looks with a designer face mask, black mini-bag with black opera-gloves dominating her appearance.
In the latest images, the style influencer reminds her fans again that she is also an amazing style freak on the streets.
The Glitz Style winner donned a red apparel with matching face cover and paired her black skirt with matching luxury bag.
Nana Akua Addo's latest fashion statement affirms that she’s perhaps Ghana’s most consistent fashion export to the world.
Slide to view stunning images shared by Crabbita Media Consult.
In a related story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Nana Akua Addo, shared a video highlighting how her lovely daughter has embraced technology to study amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In a new video shared on her Instagram handle, Nana Akua’s beautiful daughter is seen participating in online studies with other mates.
While technology is no substitute for classroom learning, Nana Akua and her daughter's school resorted to technology to breach the gap between classroom learning and homeschooling amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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