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Ghanaian Celebrities Born Abroad but moved to Ghana for Fame

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Ghanaian Celebrities Born Abroad but moved to Ghana for Fame

 

Most of the famous Ghanaian celebrities were born abroad, but because of fame they migrated to Ghana. This article contains a few of the Ghanaian Celebrities Born Abroad but moved to Ghana for Fame.

 

 

Jackie Agyemang Appiah

 

Jackie Appiah
Jackie Appiah

Jackie Appiah is a Canadian-born Ghanaian actress. For her work as an actress, she has received several awards and nominations, including the awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2010 Africa Movie Academy Awards; and Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2007.

Efia Odo

 

Efia Odo

Andrea Owusu, also known as Efia Odo, was a U.S.-based assistant nurse who relocated to Ghana. She was born on the 18th of July 1993 and hails from Juaben in the Ashanti region of Ghana. She is currently pursuing her passion for acting. She has played a number of roles in Ghanaian movies, such as “heels and sneakers”.

Fuse ODG

 

Fuse ODG

Nana Richard Abiona, better known by his stage name Fuse ODG, is a British-Ghanaian singer and rapper. He is best known for his singles “Antenna” and “Dangerous Love”, and for featuring on Major Lazer’s “Light It Up.”

Reggie Rockstone

Reggie Rockstone

Reggie Rockstone is a Ghanaian rapper. He was born in the United Kingdom but lived his early years in Kumasi and Accra. He has been living in Ghana continuously since he pioneered the Hip-Life movement in 1994.

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