- Ghanaian actress, Sandra Ankobiah, is the CEO of Emerald Energy Ghana
- She has been handling this position on the blind side of most Ghanaians
- Ankobiah is also a trained lawyer and actress
- Her position is going to surprise many who think she is up to nothing
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Ghanaian actress and trained lawyer, Sandra Ankobiah, has been occupying the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of an oil company on the blindside of most Ghanaians.
She is the CEO of Emerald Energy Ghana, an oil company with operations in other countries.
A check by YEN.com.gh on the company’s Instagram shows a post of them praising Ankobiah as their CEO as she represented the company at a conference/exhibition somewhere last year.
Facts gathered by YEN.com.gh on the company’s website also detailed the very job they do.
“We, Emerald Energy, are an indigenous Ghanaian oilfields support service company that provides the highest level of quality ancillary services that allow our clients to have seamless operations both onshore and offshore,” a part of their “who we are” read.
Sandra is also said to own the company.
This is going to surprise many people who have often called Sandra Ankobiah names because they thought she has not been working.
Ankobiah, for instance, has been called “TikTok lawyer” because they say she is always active on that app since the movie industry collapsed.
No wonder many people have congratulated her on her CEO role.
Kultured, for instance, described it as “impressive”:
kultured_woman: “Wow. Impressive. Congratulations.”
Bridal also congratulated her:
To CC, this is simply awesome:
ccpean: “This is awesome! Congratulations, Boss Chick!!!”
Rose pleaded to be hired:
roseofakosuasharon: “Hire me.”
Meanwhile, Ankobiah has trended in the news for what some people call her “newly-acquired” body shape.
She now carried a huge backside and larger hips than she was known to have.
YEN.com.gh earlier published before and after photos of Sandra Ankobiah that caused her fans to jump to that conclusion.
Just recently, another photo popped up with someone saying her thighs were too small and do not match her large backside.
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