- Sandra Ankobiah’s attire to Sister Deborah’s birthday party has caused a stir
- She wore a netted skirt showing her thighs
- Some fans have commented on the issue with one wondering if she had no clothes to wear
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Lawyer and actress Sandra Ankobiah has caused tongues to wag over her choice of attire to Sister Deborah’s birthday party.
Her attire is designed in such a way that her bare body is put out there for everyone to see.
Ankobiah’s see-through blouse made her brassieres very visible, while her net skirt made her red pant also visible for everyone to see.
Deborah Vanessa, on the other hand, was clothed in a netted dress that also put her body out there.
Some fans have commented on the photo with mixed reactions.
Ruki, for instance, wondered if Sandra and Deborah had no clothes to wear:
ruki6535: “Poor girl she didn't have clothes to wear oh I feel sorry for her no clothes.”
Sammy admired the body:
its_sammy_kay: “Chai!! See body oo packaging.”
Jonathan called on Jesus to come fast:
jonathan_3446: “Jesus Christ please come fast.”
Brefo admired the ladies:
theresabrefo: “Luckily I’m a girl, if I was a boy I will do u for girls love you honey.”
Marilyn and Kodie also praise the women:
marilynayoka: “Classy women.”
aafkodie: “Wow so lovely.”
Meanwhile, Ankobiah has been accused of undergoing an operation to change her figure.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, photos showing Sandra’s body before and after her surgical operation were published.
The difference is so vast that some Ghanaians have said nothing would make them doubt that the actress had undergone surgery to increase her backside, hips, and thighs.
Aside from being a lawyer and an actress, Ankobiah is also the CEO of an oil firm with branches in some parts of the world.
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