Menaye Donkor, Sulley Muntari’s wife has these 7 lessons for all Ghanaian women

Menaye Donkor, Sulley Muntari’s wife has these 7 lessons for all Ghanaian women

Canadian-born Ghanaian and former Miss Universe Ghana, Menaye Donkor is the wife of Ghanaian professional footballer Sulley Muntari.

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She is a very reserved woman and can be considered the quintessential WAG that a lot of people need to emulate.

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The former Miss Universe-contestant has an authenticity to herself that a lot of celebrities do not have.

Menaye Donkor, Sulley Muntari’s wife has these 7 lessons for all Ghanaian women

Menaye Donkor, Sulley Muntari’s wife has these 7 lessons for all Ghanaian women

When you talk about a special individual she definitely holds that quality. We now know why Ghanaian footballer Sulley Muntari put a ring on her finger.

Her Instagram is a life lesson that many who encounter can learn a thing or two from.

Check out these essential life lessons from the better half of Sulley Muntari.

1. Give Back:

The former beauty queen has found a wonderful ground between beauty and charity where she has established SHEY which manufactures Shea butter cream sourced straight from Ghana.

2. Spend Quality Time With Family

Menaye Donkor, Sulley Muntari’s wife has these 7 lessons for all Ghanaian women

Menaye Donkor, Sulley Muntari’s wife has these 7 lessons for all Ghanaian women

Home and family are where the heart is. Sharing those wonderful memories is so worth it.

3. Slay Whilst Doing It

Your best foot forward is the best description of Menaye Donkor’s Instagram.

4. Don’t Take Life So Seriously

She can be a goofy lady with her family and the relatability is very similar.

5. Envision Your Future

The beauty queen always shares motivational quotes and also sharing pictures which depict a bright future

6. Remember Your Past

Menaye celebrates her heritage her past. As a Ghanaian-Canadian she never forgets her roots.

It’s incredible the wonderful stories a photo can give.

Essential to our development is the advice we encounter and put to use.

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