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Benedicta Gafah

Benedicta Gafah

Ghanaian Actress and Show Host

1986

Early Life
01 September 1986

Early Life

Benedicta Gafah was born on September 1, 1986, in Asokore Mampong, to Mr. and Mrs. Kwaku Badu, Gafah.

Growing up in the Ashanti region, Benedicta Gafah spent her formative years in a culturally rich environment. Her last name, Gafah, pays tribute to a great king from the Ewe tribe in the Volta region.



1990

Education
20 November 1990

Education

Benedicta Gafah attended the Presbyterian Girls Senior High School in Kumasi for her secondary education before furthering her studies at African University Communication College.

2010

Acting Career and Success
29 June 2010

Acting Career and Success

Benedicta Gafah joined the entertainment industry in 2010. She quickly established herself as a rising star, featuring in numerous movies and hosting various shows. Known for her portrayal of the "bad girl" character, Gafah's performances have captivated audiences, showcasing her fluency in both her native language, Twi, and English. Notable films she has appeared in include "Mirror Girl," "Azonto Ghost," and "April Fool."

2014

Philanthropic Endeavors
29 June 2014

Philanthropic Endeavors

Benedicta Gafah established the Benedicta Gafah Needy Foundation in 2014, , aimed at supporting the less fortunate and widows. She began by providing assistance to the King Jesus Orphanage Home in Kumasi, offering food, clothing, and other essentials. Gafah expanded her philanthropic efforts by reaching out to street children, particularly during the holiday season, distributing alms, and spreading joy.

2015

Awards
29 June 2015

Awards

In 2015, she received the Actress of the Year award at the Kumawood Movie Awards. She was also nominated for Most Promising Actress at the 2015 City People Entertainment Awards and won the Discovery of the Year award at the 2013 KAM Awards.

2019

Current Ventures
29 June 2019

Current Ventures

As her career continues to flourish, Benedicta Gafah remains an influential figure in the Ghanaian film industry. In 2019, she became a co-host on TV3's music show, showcasing her versatility beyond acting. Additionally, she remains active in her philanthropic endeavors, using her platform to help those in need. Gafah's passion for her craft and dedication to making a positive impact highlight her potential for even greater achievements in the future.

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