- Akufo-Addo’s daughter, Valerie Obaze, has shared some information about herself
- She disclosed that she was a party animal and was dropping it low in nightclubs
- Valerie says she is a changed person now and prefers to read a good book than going to the nightclub
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A daughter of President Akufo-Addo, Mrs. Valerie Obaze, has opened up on some past lifestyles she used to enjoy.
She said she really loved fun as a young girl, and calling herself a party animal, Valeria indicated that she loved to drop it low in the nightclubs then.
According to her, between her late teens and early 20’s, she would jump at any party invitation or organise a lot of them by herself.
However, now, Valerie said she is an introvert and prefers texts to calls, and Netflix or “a good book over dropping it low in a nightclub.”
Away from that, the president’s daughter also reveals the many businesses she owns, including a Public Relations firm in London she co-owns with her best friend.
Valerie said she currently sits on 5 Boards, 2 of which she is a founder of and 3 of which she is a director/member.
To those who did not know, she has been working since 15 years old as an entrepreneur.
She revealed that she has a lot of businesses either already running or still at the incubation stage.
She is married to a Nigerian, Stan Obaze, and they have children together.
Recently, she was seen hanging out with Nigerian superstar, Wizkid, during her 40th birthday celebration held in Accra.
In other news, Ghanaian actress and comedienne, Afia Schwar, has snubbed a young man who tried to take a photo with her on the streets.
She was along the Accra-Tema beach road talking about Ghana and her quest to market the country if the leaders would not do so.
While she was talking, two young men who were coming from a distance saw her and hurried up to meet her.
One of the young men drew closer and stretched his arm around Afia’s shoulder for a shot.
However, she would not allow that and shoved her body aside, leaving the guy to hug the air. She also said in the Akan language “fiorkor” which means “get away.”
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