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Official Bene is a Ghanaian-UK based female advocate for World Development fEATURING oN aFSESNET wEEKLY Magazine cOVER

Her actual name by birth is Benedicta Brefo. Official Bene is popularly known by the public from my secondary school level and she thought of using it for her identity in the world so people can easily identify her. Benedicta was born on the land of Africa specifically Kumasi in Ghana and from Brong Ahafo Region but schooled mostly in Kumasi Ashanti region of Ghana. She had her primary education… Read More »Official Bene is a Ghanaian-UK based female advocate for World Development fEATURING oN aFSESNET wEEKLY Magazine cOVER

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From Ghana Meet The Ghanaian Prince Base In U.S.A HRH Prince Duke Kesse-Adu Gyamfi Danquah IV, A Capitalist, Investor, Business Coach, Public Speaker – Featuring On Afsesnet Magazine

Meet the Ghanaian Prince scaling up entrepreneurship, business development, startups founding, financial entrepreneurship, forex and bitcoin trading, financial markets investments, financial education, financial management training, entrepreneurs coaching and mentoring ecosystems in Africa, HRH Prince Duke Kesse-Adu Gyamfi Danquah IV. He invests time and resources to empower African youth and women with financial literacy, financial independence, wealth creation, job creation and reduce unemployment, all in an effort to implement his vision… Read More »From Ghana Meet The Ghanaian Prince Base In U.S.A HRH Prince Duke Kesse-Adu Gyamfi Danquah IV, A Capitalist, Investor, Business Coach, Public Speaker – Featuring On Afsesnet Magazine

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She Is Known As “Ghana’s Pride” and the “Queen of Trade” – Featured on Afsesnet

Kobi Hemaa Osisiadan-Bekoe is a media personality, entrepreneur and a consistent Made-in-Ghana product campaigner for over 12 years.Also known as “Ghana’s Pride” and the “Queen of Trade”, she is a woman who’s passionate about portraying Africa and has consistently maintained a constant brand of projecting African values even in her style of dressing for over 12 years. She got her name, ‘Ghana’s Pride’, when she hosted the Ghana’s Pride TV… Read More »She Is Known As “Ghana’s Pride” and the “Queen of Trade” – Featured on Afsesnet