- Nana Abena Korkor Addo models in a colourful dress as she poses in different angles for the camera
- The mental health and body positivity advocate flexes her confidence in the clip
- At a point in the video, she goes down on her knees and twerks
- The video has caused a huge stir underneath the post on her Instagram page
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Media personality Nana Abena Korkor Addo has dished out a video modelling and posing in different angles for the camera as she flexed her plus-size figure.
Abena Korkor, a mental health and body positivity advocate, proves that she's confident in her skin.
The former TV3 presenter, who recently grabbed media attention with her infamous list of men she has laid, flexed her grit as she effortlessly modelled like a professional.
As a plus-size advocate, Abena Korkor has been urging self-worth and self-love.
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''Low self-esteem will make you feel you don’t deserve better or will never have better. No settling for less,'' she captioned a previous photo.
Although she didn't give details, her recent clip has garnered the attention of her followers, racking in thousands of views and garnering their comments underneath the post.
Watch the video below:
Dr Satekla appeared at the event in a bare neck outfit, long earrings, and long braids.
The mother of two got all the attention while sitting at a table with other event attendees as she dazzled in her simple but classy dress.
There's no doubt that her beauty regimen works as she effortlessly stood out and lit up her space with her glow due to her flawless makeup.
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Counsellor's advice to victims' families in Ejura
In a separate story, a senior consultant at the PAKS-Relationship and Counselling Clinic, Counsellor Paa Kwesi Ortsin, has advised the immediate family of Ibrahim 'Kaaka' Mohammed to seek therapy over their loss.
His comments follow the recent murder of the social media activist and the subsequent shooting of protesting youth demanding justice for him in Ejura Sekyedumase District, leading to the death of two young men and injuring at least four others.
Counsellor Ortsin, who is also a Psycho and Relationship expert, indicated that families that experience such terrifying loss go through post-traumatic stress and get emotional scars as a result.
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