- Dorinda Boatemaa is an up-and-coming Ghanaian model and brand influencer
- She has delivered impressive snaps of her eye-catching hourglass figure on social media
- YEN.com.gh has compiled five photos of Dorinda Boatemaa who is also known as Dee Boatemaa showing off her voluptuous curves
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Ghanaian model and social media influencer, Dorinda Boatemaa, has served photos of her eye-catching voluptuous hourglass figure to her followers on social media.
Unlike other social media sensations with noticeable physiques including Hajia Bintu, Boatemaa hardly makes the news.
The up-and-coming model has delivered stunning photos flexing her beautiful figure.
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In some of the snaps, Boatemaa posed for the lens donning skintight outfits that firmly held her hourglass body along with heartwarming messages to her followers.
YEN.com.gh has compiled five photos of Boatemaa slaying in lovely outfits while showing off her banging figure.
1. Dee Boatemaa glows for the camera as she shows off her flawless skin.
2. Ghanaian model flaunts her curves.
3. Dee Boatemaa beams with a smile as she poses for a shot.
4. Beauty with a smile, the Dee Boatemaa style.
5. Up-and-coming model stuns in a sleeveless dress.
Hearing-impaired level 200 Physics student
YEN.com.gh earlier reported Benedicta Owusu Dwomoh, a hearing-impaired level 200 Physics student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) wants to become a Robotics Engineer.
Despite her severe condition, it has not stopped her from choosing a path that would help her excel in life.
The determined Dwomoh has resorted to reading lips to communicate and understand her lecturers because she is not proficient in sign language.
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported that although the number of domestic violence cases in Ghana reduced in 2020 as compared to 2019, violence against women and children continues to be a major problem throughout the world.
The Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOVVSU) recorded a total of 5,778 domestic violence cases from January to April 2019 as compared to 4,879 cases in the same period in 2020, according to graphic.com.gh.
The cases ranged from assault, non-maintenance, defilement, threat to harm, threat of death, offensive conduct, and rape.
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