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Charlotte Osei, Efya, Afia Pokua, Others Honoured At GWOTYH18
 
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23-Apr-2018  
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Mrs Charlotte Osei, Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), songstress Efya, Juliet Asante, Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh, Afia Pokua, and many other women were on Saturday, April 21, 2018, honoured at the 2018 Ghana Women of the Year Honors.

The third edition of the 2018 Ghana Women of the Year Honors, powered by Glitz, which was held at the Labadi Beach Hotel acknowledged these outstanding women for using their expertise, position, and influence to inspire others to make a difference in driving other women forward.

It was to also appreciate women who are excelling and making a great impact in various fields of their endeavors.

Mrs Charlotte Osei was the first to be regarded with much respect in her role of Governance. Her numerous feats and her life story, like the rest of the Honourees, was displayed on a screen to inspire the next generation of ambitious and impact-conscious women.

Other celebrants included Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh (Corporate Personality), Afia Pokua (Excellence in Media), and Kosi Yankey (Excellence in Public Enterprise).

The rest were Juliet Asante (Excellence in Film), Dr. Nana Ama Barnes-Amoa (Excellence in Health), Dziffa Akua Ametam (Young Star) and Efya (Musical Arts).

Some highlights of the event was an inspiring speech Anita Erskine gave on women empowerment, Yaa Yaa and Adina also thrilled guest to some of Efya’s biggest hits since the inception of her career before she was called to take her accolade.
 
 
 
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