Gifty Anti is a 51-year-old renowned Ghanaian journalist and TV personality who has been in the media scene for over 20 years.
Gifty Anti is known for her role as host of the Standpoint TV program for Ghana Television, a show that addresses issues that affect women.
While her show ranks among the top shows in the country, her impact on female empowerment is what is most appreciated.
Let’s take a look at her life and career as a Ghanaian journalist and broadcaster.
Date of Birth
She was born on January 23, 1970.
Currently, she is 51 years old.
Number 1 Basic School in Tema community 8 was the place where Gifty Anti completed her basic education.
She went on to complete her secondary education at Mfantsiman Girls Secondary School where she became an entertainment prefect.
She graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, where she served as Women’s Commissioner during her time at the institution.
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A position as GBC’s floor manager launched Gifty’s career as a journalist. In no time, she became a TV host who went on to become a gender advocate and a decorated feminist.
Her show, The Standpoint, made this possible. It is a talk show broadcast on GTV in which Gifty discusses a wide range of topics including social, political, cultural, health, traditional, leadership and gender issues.
She is also the founder and CEO of GDA Concepts. Aside from that, she is also the ambassador of the campaign against newborn deaths.
Her foundation and the Awo Dansoa Reading Project were founded by her.
She has won several awards in recognition of her advocacy work.
The most notable ones include:
- Tell It Moms Exemplary Resilience Feminist Honour 2019
- National Malaria Advocate
- Most Inspiring Woman In Media
- Most influential women
Husband and children
Gifty is married to Nana Ansah Kwao IV, Chief of Akwamu Adumasa.
In August 2017, they welcomed their first child together.
Her daughter, Nyame Anuonyam, is the pride of her family and she is overjoyed to have such a miracle in her life.
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