- Former finalist of Miss Ghana, Dela Seade who was also part of the top 5 contestants at Miss Africa, has turned 25
- The beautiful beauty queen has caused a massive stir on social media with powerful photos she shared to mark the big day
- Dela holds a certificate in Digital Marketing from the University of Ghana and is currently a student at GIMPA
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Fast-rising Ghanaian actress and beauty queen Dela Seade has amazed social media users with her bedazzling looks as she turned 25 years old.
On her Instagram handle, the young and successful lady who graduated from Keta Business College and Alliance Française was seen wearing a stunning grey outfit in different but equally captivating poses.
Thousands of her fans were completely thrilled by the update on their news feeds that they rushed into the comment section with heated reactions.
Dela's achievements at 25
As Ghanaian blogger, Edward Asare, who is a close friend to Dela reports, she holds a certificate in Digital Marketing from the University of Ghana and is currently a student at The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
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Dela has starred in movies and shows like Sugar the movie with Kidi, UBA Red’s Public Figure, Famous, Stryke, and Infatuations among others. She is also in the reboot of the classic Ghanaian TV show Inspector BEDIAKO as Ama and has been nominated for awards for her work in films.
A former beauty Queen, Dela is an alumnus of the Miss Africa beauty pageant which took place in Calabar, Nigeria.
Over there, she came up among the top 5 contestants. In 2018, she was one of the top 10 finalists of the Miss Malaika beauty pageant.
See the post and photos below
See her video below
Ghanaian Beauty Queen Gives Disabled People & kids Xmas Hampers Under Herticare Foundation
In a separate report, Miss World Grand Prix United Nations, Harriet Lamptey, who hails from Ghana, gave dozens of goodies to underprivileged people in society as a way of celebrating the season of Christmas with them.
Sharing the details with YEN.com.gh, Harriet indicates that there were 80 physically-challenged recipients of hampers as well as 60 gift bags specially packaged for children.
Some of the beneficiaries included head porters and street children from different parts of Accra.
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