8 things you need to know about Anita Akuffo

Happy born day to the ever-glowing Anita Akua Akuffo. The Ghanaian media personage celebrates her birthday today (June 2). She posted three times on her Instagram (because 3 is obviously a charm) to celebrate her special day. One of her captions read “A whole new chapter gracefully unlocked. Thank you Lord.”

Anita has been on a roll these past few years. She’s been billing one major project after another and it is obvious that she’s fast up the ladder in her expertise. From brand ambassadorial deals to hosting Ghana’s premiere dating show Daterush. We cannot wait to see what more impressions and milestones Anita peaks.

Obviously, we’re fan favourites of Anitta Akuffo but if you’re new to the stanning Anita then we got to orient you. It’s only reasonable that we tell you a bit more about the lady behind the screen.

Here are 8 things you need to know about Anita Akuffo.

1. Anita Akuffo is a Gemini

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She was born June 2, 1993 in Accra, Ghana.

2. She was a finalist at the Miss Malaika 2014 pageant.

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Before TV and the buzz of media, Anita Akuffo immersed herself in the 2014 Miss Malaika beauty pageant.

3. She debuted when she was 21.

Anita was 21 when she made her official media appearance on TV as a contestant on Miss Malaika.

4. Anita attended Wesley Grammar

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Anita Akuffo is an alum of the Wesley Grammar Secondary school in Dansoman. The school is a co-ed institution founded in 1956.

5. Anita graduated from GIJ

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That’s right. Anita is an alum of the Ghana Institute of Journalism.

6. Anita’s favourite lipstick is red.

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Honestly, we feel her favourite colour could actually be red. Period. She loves to sport something crimson, whether at work or even during her down time. You can see for yourself on her Instagram feed here.

7. Anita’s is the Queen of Chic Wax Print OOTDs.

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Hands down. Anita’s outfits of the day are some of the most stylish wax print outfits on Instagram, nationally and internationally. The end. If you want wax print style inspiration, then you need to bookmark Anita Akuffo’s Instagram feed.

8. Anita loves to explore.

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Are you a secret admirer? Do you want to give Anita something special for her b’day? Then you best come set because Anita Akuffo is a citizen of the world. She loves to explore new spaces, new places and new experiences. Her socials are a catalogue of all her travels. Do with that info what you will but that’s a tip if you want to gift our special lady something on her special day. That or if you can sing all of KiDi’s discography. Just saying.

From us at BraPerucci, Happy birthday, Anita Akuffo. Today is #worldakuaday and we wish you more greatness and treasure today and always.





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