Spotlight of the Week: Danita Akosua Adomaah Yeboah (Afronitaaa)

Date: (July 3rd, 2024)

Danita Akosua Adomaah Yeboah, popularly known as Afronitaaa or Stargyal, is a shining star in the world of dance. Born on November 30, 2003, Danita has been dancing professionally since she was 14 years old.

Now at 20, she balances her thriving dance career with her studies at the University of Ghana, Legon, where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Administration in her third year. She is also an alumna of Wesley Girls’ High School.

As the CEO of Afrostar Kids Academy, Danita has realized her dream of creating a dance school for kids in Ghana and beyond. Afrostar Kids Academy provides a nurturing environment for children passionate about dance, teaching them the basic morals of life, fostering unity, and spreading love.

Danita’s vision is to nurture the future of dance in Ghana and across the world, making her academy a beacon of hope and opportunity for young dancers.

Danita is a versatile artist, specializing in Afropop, a blend of Afrodance with popular dances from various genres. Her talent and creativity have earned her over 6 million followers across social media platforms and numerous collaborations with brands, artists, schools, and creatives in Ghana and six other countries, including the UK, France, Dubai, Nigeria, Barbados, and Tanzania.

Her dedication to spreading Ghanaian dance culture and learning about other cultures has made her an international sensation.

Throughout her career, Danita has won over seven awards, showcasing her exceptional talent and hard work. Her mentorship of Abigail Adjiri, a young deaf dancer, highlights her commitment to nurturing young talent and breaking barriers in the dance world.

Their impressive performances on Britain’s Got Talent, where they placed third in Series 17, further demonstrate Danita’s impact as a mentor and role model.

Danita Akosua Adomaah Yeboah, Afronitaaa, is more than just a dancer; she is a passionate educator, a cultural ambassador, and an inspiration to many. Her journey is a testament to her dedication, talent, and vision for the future of dance.

Think of Afronitaaa, think of a passionate dancer, a role model, an inspiration to the younger generation, a lover of kids and people, a God-fearing individual, a well-educated and smart girl balancing dance and academics, a humble, well-mannered, and kind person, an influencer, an international asset, a radiance of joy, and a big star in it to make history.

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