Ama K. Abebrese, the award-winning British Ghanaian actress, television presenter and producer, is Appolonia City’s newest homeowner.
Ama’s film credits include the critically acclaimed Sinking Sands, Ties That Bind, The Cursed Ones and the Netflix original movie, Beasts of No Nation.
She starred in Azali, which was selected in 2019 as the Ghanaian entry for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards, Ghana’s first-ever film submitted for consideration at the Oscars.
Ama is also a producer of The Burial of Kojo, Ghana’s first-ever Golden Globes entry.
“I have fallen in love with Appolonia City,” Ama said. “I have visited many housing developments and bought land in Accra, but what I’ve seen at Appolonia City is unparalleled: a whole new self-sustaining, master-planned city.”
Ama continued: “When we think of home, we think of comfort, security, serenity and the neighbourhood. All that is taken care of by Appolonia City.
Our homes are important, hence this is the best time to invest in land or a home in Appolonia City.”
Appolonia City CEO Bright Owusu-Amofah said, “It’s a joy to welcome Ama, with her passion for home life and real estate, to Appolonia City. She is a great neighbour and friend to Appolonia City.”
Ama is also an accomplished television presenter, with over two decades of experience hosting TV shows, presenting on BBC2, OBE TV, Viasat 1, TV3, Ebonylife TV and other channels.
Appolonia City continues to attract new developments and is fast becoming the destination of choice for companies and individuals moving away from Accra’s heavy traffic to a healthy, congestion-free environment.
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