Meet Grace Omaboe, an icon in entertainment and beyond

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Grace Omaboe, known as Maame Dokono, is a renowned Ghanaian actress, singer, TV personality, author, and former politician who rose from humble beginnings to become a key entertainment figure.

Her career began at Abetifi Girls School, gaining fame with the Akan drama series "OBRA." Versatile in various roles, she co-produced and acted in "Keteke" (later "Obra"), becoming a cultural icon.

She also contributed to children's programming and ventured into politics with the NDC and NPP, despite facing controversies. After leaving politics in 2016, she continued to receive accolades and served as president of the 2017 Golden Movie Awards Africa jury. Her legacy of perseverance and passion has significantly impacted Ghanaian entertainment and culture.

Explore the life of Grace Omaboe below.



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