- Actress Shugatiti has released a video showing her younger lookalike sister to the public for the first time
- The Ghanaian socialite and her sister were captured at the funeral of her late father Saturday at Ahafo Mim in the Ahafo Region of Ghana
- A video of the pair has generated mixed reactions as some netizens mourned with her while others observed their striking resemblance
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Ghanaian socialite and actress Shugatiti, known in real life as Abena Serwaa Frimpong, has shown her younger lookalike sister to the public for the first time.
The actress and her sister were captured at the funeral of her late father Saturday, April 2, at Ahafo Mim in the Ahafo Region of Ghana.
Shugatiti posted the video to confirm that she has a family, contrary to unpopular perceptions held by many.
''Meet my younger sister and guess what we came from the sea since you all said I don’t have family,'' she said.
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Celebrities and fans of the movie personality have shared mixed reactions. Some mourned with her while others observed their striking resemblance. YEN.com.gh compiled some of the comments below:
Social media reactions
Media personality Queenafiaschwarzenegger said:
''Praying for you, my child ❤️❤️.''
''My condolence, sweetie. May God continue to console us all .
''You guys really look alike.''
''My condolence to you and your family dear.''
''Awwwn ❤️ my condolences. She looks like you.''
''My condolence Sister.''
Vicky Zugah Buries Mom
YEN.com.gh previously reported that actress and television presenter, Vicky Zugah, laid to rest her mother, Madam Beatrice Adzo Patu, on Saturday, March 26, 2022.
The Ghanaian movie personality lost her mother in January after she succumbed to a long battle with ill health.
''For five years, you fought. For five years, I waited for a miracle. For five years, you held on.
''Today, you gave up on me and my siblings,'' Vicky Zugah announced on Instagram, according to Joy News.
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Also, Ghana’s first female Brigadier-General, Constance Ama Emefa Edjeani-Afenu, has been laid to rest Friday, March 25, 2022.
The trailblazer's final internment followed a pre-burial service at the Garrison Methodist/Presbyterian Church in Burma Camp, where a post humus promotion from Brigadier-General to Major-General was conferred on her.
The late Emefa Edjeani-Afenu was first in most things during her distinguished career spanning 42 years in the Ghana Armed Forces.
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