Meet the Brunchtime Host: Princess Perfect Adjoa Ablordeppey

Princess Perfect Adjoa Ablordeppey is a vibrant and passionate young woman with a heart for making a positive impact on society. Born on August 28th, Princess Perfect is a fun-loving person who enjoys spreading joy and happiness, especially to children. Her infectious personality is complemented by her fair complexion, beautiful eyes, and lips that light up any room she enters.
Aside from her charming personality, Princess Perfect is also a media personality, currently the host of the Brunchtime Show on 1Radio. On her show, she discusses lifestyle, relationship, and social issues with a focus on promoting dialogue on global and social issues, particularly gender equity and women empowerment. Her passion for these issues stems from her desire to see women empowered and given equal opportunities in all spheres of life.
Princess Perfect is the last born of a family of seven and was raised by her parents, Doris Tanson and Jeffery Ablordeppey. Growing up, she attended My Redeemer International School for her primary education before proceeding to Akim Swedru SHS and St. Andrew Senior High School for her secondary education. Currently, Princess Perfect is studying for a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Ghana-Legon.
When she’s not studying or working on her show, Princess Perfect enjoys indulging in her hobbies, which include singing, dancing, listening to music, and everything about fashion. Her love for fashion has seen her showcase her unique sense of style on her social media platforms, where she has a substantial following.
Princess Perfect’s vision is to create a world where women are seen as equals and given the same opportunities as men. She hopes to continue using her platform to promote dialogue and raise awareness about the issues that matter, to drive positive change. Her passion, commitment, and energy make her a force to be reckoned with, and her future is bright.

Written by Sylvester Dordzi

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