Check Out Your Favorite Celebrities and the SHS they attended in Ghana.

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Celebrity is a condition of fame and broad public recognition of an individual or group, or occasionally a character or animal, as a result of the attention given to them by mass media. A person may attain a celebrity status from having great wealth, their participation in sports or the entertainment industry.

Some have always shared the information with the world citing that this was the place that helped them unearth their talents in the entertainment industry.

Others on the hand have been tight-lipped about such information. In this article, we share with you their high school, they went from the scratch to reach where they are now.

Now let's check out the list ;

6 Sister Derby

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Deborah Owusu Bonsu popularly known as '' Sister Derby '' is a Ghanaian musician. She went to Wesley Girls SHS in the Central Region of Ghana.

5 Kwesi Arthur

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Kwesi Arthur is young musician in Ghana. He attended Tema Senior High School during his youthful stage.

4 Kalybos

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Richard Kweku Asante who is popularly known as Kalybos. He attended Suhum Senior High And Technical School.

3 Wanlov Kubolor

OKYERE KWAME TAWIAH 🇬🇭🦅 on Twitter: "They said ”the things You are  rapping about shows that you are a Kubolor” and I took it as my  name..Wanlov the Kuborlo @wanlov https://t.co/eCwqr3YsPs #Oktranking…

Wanlov was schooling at Adisadel College in the Central Region. He is a brother to Sister Derby.

2 Kwaw Kese

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Kwaw Kese is a product of Winneba Senior High School.

1 Shatta Wale

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Shatta Wale went to Aguafo Senior High School.

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