- A video ofy dancing in front of a house has caused a massive storm on social media
- The lady had the same features as Ghanaian socialite Pamela Watara and managed to catch the eyes of y people
- Not l ago, N.com.gh shared a throwback photo of Pamela Watara during her senior high school days
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A video showing a ng woman dancing to a sg has gone viral social media after she was compared tohanaian socialite and brand influencer, Pamela Watara.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, a young lady with low-cut hairstyle was seen standing in front of a room.
She was wearing what looked like a nightie and was beaming with smiles while showing off her dancing skis
The young lady appeared quite excited as she danced to the tt was being played and was seen nodding her at some points in the song.
She aped to be sowing off parts of her body as he danced and was spotted smiling the whole time.
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Pamela Odame Watara's SHS Throwback Photo Pops Up Online
Ghanaian Instagram model, actress, and video vixen Pamela Odame Watara is popularly known because of her well-endowed upper body.
But Pamela Watara has not alwayen the girl we know her to be, at least not when she was a teenager.
A throwback ph the video vixen has popped up showing how she looked back in the day when she was still in secondary school.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram blog Sweet Maame Adwoa, Pamela Watara is seen standing with two other classmates, a girl and a boy.
Dr Ofori Sarpong opens up stadium-sized mansion ahead of X'mas, flaunts 'too many' cars in video
Chief Executive Officer of Special Ice Company and joint shareholder of Best Point Savings and Loans, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong has motivated many with a view of his home.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the gates of the Ghanaian businessman was opened for all to see its magnificent interior.
The video showed the huge edifice stacked with powerful plush cars which all had customized number plates.
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