Oheneyere Gifty Anti rings in her Golden age with regal photos and a thankful heart

It’s the birthday of one of Ghana’s celebrated and veteran broadcasters, activist, philanthropist and women’s icon, Oheneyere Gifty Anti.

The award-winning journalist and host of Standpoint was born on the 23rd of January,1970 and is grateful to God for giving her the opportunity to celebrate her Golden Jubilee.

Sharing the good news on Instagram on Thursday morning, Oheneyere expressed joy and thankfulness for the occasion.

“How can I start this day, without giving God my Golden Worship.
My Golden age is here. All Glory to God. Swipe for more photos.” she captioned alongside photos of her in a white dress and a Grecian headband


Anti who is also known by her stool name Nana Awo Danso is also the wife of the King of Edumasa and mother to their beautiful princess was styled by Shik Collection.

“Yes I celebrate because I know that if it hasn’t been for the Lord…. Photo by Kobbi Blaq. Dress by @Shik Collection. Makeup by Naak’s Beauty Studio. Makeup products by Maybelline New York @arethayorke” she shared on Instagram

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