Color Purple Star Proud That Her Rich Celeb Parents & & Sis Inspired Countless Individuals

Published On: April 30, 2018

It was years after “The Color Purple” released in 1985, that Akosua Busia, the starlet who touched our souls as “Nettie,” was really a genuine life African princess from a prominent royal African household. She hails from Accra, Ghana, West Africa and made her method to American superstardom through effort and determination to be great, like her royal parents. As if that wasn’t already shocking enough, we’ve since found out that our girl, “Nettie,” has a sibling, who’s been making significant relocations of her own throughout lots of continents. Scroll down to see who Akosua’s sis is, along with the success their parents achieved …

)on Mar 16, 2017 at 1:19 pm PDT Who Are”Nettie’s”Royal Parents?Akosua and her sis, Abena Busia, were born in Accra, Ghana, into the Yenfri Royal family in Wenchi in the Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana. Their dad, Dr. Kofi Abrefa Busia, was a royal prince, who later on became the Prime Minister (the President) of Ghana, making Abena and Akosua the very first kids to the first family of Ghana from 1969 to 1972. Prime Minister Kofi Abrefa Busia was married to the Busia sisters’ mother, Naa Morkor Busia, up until the time of his death. The previous President Busia died from a cardiovascular disease in 1978 and his other half, Naa, died in 2010 from unknown causes.Prior to ending up being President of Ghana, Dr. Busia earned many degrees and studied at several prominent universities. He also made history, by becoming the first African trainee to attend England’s infamous Oxford University in the early 1940’s. Mr. and Mrs. Busia’s life’s work and devotion towards

making Ghana a much better place for their people, left a lasting effect on their kids that will never be forgotten. In truth, to honor her mom on Mother’s Day 2017, Akosua posted an uncommon television clip of them putting in work as the very first fam’ of Ghana back then. Take a look at the clip listed below … By the method, not just was Abena and Akosua’s mother stunning, she represented class, design, and sophistication, with such poise.Akosua likewise admired her precious daddy: A post shared by

Akosua Busia( @akosua. busia)on Jan 28, 2017 at 1:01 am PST My daddy, His Excellency, Dr. Kofi Abrefa Busia, offering his inauguration speech as Head of State at Black Star Square in 1969 ~ Flashback 4 Instagram posts and see our brand-new President, Nana, Akuffo-Addo, quote these precise words in his own Inauguration speech at Black Star Square in 2017! This video footage is from the documentary I directed: THE PROF. A GUY REMEMBERED.Meet”Nettie’s “Sister Now that we have actually covered who their royal moms and dads are, let us present y’ all to Akosua’s sis and the big relocations she’s making in her career. Meet Abena Busia, the 64 years of age huge sis to Akosua … Abena chose a various course than her sibling: she’s a professor, writer, poet, feminist, and lecturer, along with a diplomat and ambassador for their country, Ghana. Following in her Pops ‘footsteps, Abena has actually also studied at numerous universities, including Yale and Oxford. She’s currently a professor of Literature in English and ladies’s/ gender research studies at Rutger’s University in New Jersey.In 2017, the existing President of Ghana, Pres. Nana Akuffo-Addo, selected Abena Busia as Ghana’s ambassador to Brazil. As of today, she helps to serve Ghana within a number of South American nations. Here is what her sis,’Akosua, described about that in

an online homage to Abena: To me, she is my Beloved Sister! To the world she is the popular professor; Dr. Abena P. A. Busia, Ghana’s Ambassador to #Brazil, concurrently recognized and managing 11 other nations in South America: #Argentina,#Bolivia, #Chile, #Colombia, #Ecuador, #Guyana, #Paraguay, #Peru, #Suriname, #Uruguay and #Venezuela. She is a blessing; she is #blessed @abenapabusia A post shared by Akosua Busia(@akosua. busia)on Mar 16, 2018 at 11:00 pm PDT Akosia Busia: To me, she is my Beloved Sister! To the world she is the renowned professor; Dr. Abena P. A. Busia

, Ghana’s Ambassador to #Brazil, simultaneously accredited and supervising 11 other nations in South America: #Argentina, #Bolivia

, #Guyana, #Paraguay, #Peru, #Suriname, #Uruguay and #Venezuela. She is a blessing; she is #blessed In addition to her work as an educator and ambassador for Ghana, Abena is grateful for the chances to bring awareness to social problems, those titles enable her: If their parents were alive today, pretty sure they would be BEYOND pleased with the life achievements their kids have made. Thanks to Akosia

, Abena, and their parents for motivating a lot of who will come after them.Join us on Facebook for the most appealing discussions from the Old-fashioned! Traditional News With A New Point Of View!Trending Today