One Major investment Ghanaian celebrities have caught on is investing in schools which can also double as them giving back to society through education.
From actors and actresses to media personalities, celebrities are really catching on to opening schools in Ghana and it’s a brilliant idea.
ghlinks.com.gh presents you with popular Ghanaian celebrities who own schools in Ghana.
Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin
The Kumawood poster boy, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin recently launched his newly built a private school in Ahenkuro, Ashanti Region.
The new school belonging to Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin is called Great Minds International School and it’s one of the well-furnished schools in the Ashanti Regional Capital.
Former Ghana Black Star player, Odartey Lamptey is the owner of Glow-lamp International School located near Baatsonaa, a suburb of Accra. The school has been running for years and has hundreds of pupil.
It is the same Odartey Lampytey who was in the news months ago after he discovered that all the children with his wife, Gloria Lamptey were not his biological children.
Grace Omaboe (Maame Dokono)
Veteran Ghanaian actress, Grace Omaboe popularly known as Maame Dokono is also one renowned Ghanaian who owns a school in Ghana.
After his orphanage, Peace and Love Orphanage was ordered to shut down amidst several controversies, Grace Omaboe turned the establishment into a school and named it, Graceful Grace School.
Graceful Grace School has enrolled hundreds of pupils since its establishment it’s regarded as one of the best schools in Accra.
Nana Aba Anamoah and Sandra Akobeah
Media personalities, Nana Aba Anamoah, and Sandra Ankobeah co-own a media school in Accra, Ghana called SN Media Learning Tree.
SN Media Learning Tree established in 2016 offers short courses to Senior High Schools, Universities, and Polytechnics who desire intensive training in news reporting, news reading, presentation, interviewing and image branding.
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