Meet supermodel from Ghana who was awarded as model of the year in Canada

Meet supermodel from Ghana who was awarded as model of the year in Canada

- Nini Amerlise, a Ghanaian-Canadian model, is raising the flag of Ghana high with great achievements and initiatives

- She recently received two huge awards, including the model of the year title in Canada

- Nini, who was bullied and abused while growing up, also runs a nonprofit called We Are Royals that empowers youth and women

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Ghanaian-Canadian supermodel, Nini Amerlise, is making waves in the modelling industry in Canada and raising the flag of Ghana and Africa high as a result. reports that in March this year, Nini Amerlise took home two awards at the AFRIFAMU Awards held in Los Angeles: Best Canadian Model of the Year and one for philanthropy recognition called Using Talent to Impact Women.

Life has not always been so good for the Ghanaian-Canadian who was a victim of several counts domestic abuse and bullying growing up.

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Meet supermodel from Ghana who was awarded as model of the year in Canada
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Yet, because of all she has been through, Nini developed a drive to empower the youth and women after much mentoring, which lead to the establishment of We Are Royals Inc.

We Are Royals is a nonprofit organisation seeking to develop the esteem and confidence in youth through arts and culture in and across North America, West Africa, and the Caribbean diaspora.

Aside from all of these, the international supermodel has been featured in major publications like ​Vogue UK, Flare magazine, Be Body Aware Campaign for Vogue Italia, Glamour Magazine, Huffington Post, Daily Mail UK, and Jamaican Gleaner.

Nini Amerlise has also been used on 10 international magazine covers to date.

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In another interesting report by, George Bannerman, a popular Ghanaian Master of Ceremony (MC), is set to get married to his long time girlfriend who he has dated for 13 years on August 1, 2020.

The handsome man, who has been an MC for tons of marriages as shown by photos sighted by on social media handles, broke the news on Twitter.

Along with the heartwarming words in the post was a photo that showed the couple when they were both much younger but still together.

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