Ghanaian dance artists Afronita, Abigail represent Ghana on BGT

Ghanaian dancers Afronita and little charming Abigail of TV3 Talented Kids fame are waving high the flag of the motherland on the UK's big stage, Britain Got Talent

Afronita, Abigail representing Ghana on BGT

These two exceptional performers, Afronita and Abigail, have taken center stage on Britain's Got Talent, proudly representing Ghana and captivating audiences with their remarkable skills.

As these talented individuals continue to make waves on Britain's Got Talent, they are not only representing themselves but also putting Ghana on the international map as a hub for extraordinary artistic expression.

Afronita and Abigail serve as an inspiration to aspiring artists in Ghana, demonstrating that dreams can transcend borders and reach global audiences.

Their journey on Britain's Got Talent is not just a personal achievement but a collective triumph for the entire nation and also a celebration of the rich cultural tapestry that Ghana contributes to the global artistic landscape.


Ghanaians around the world are rallying behind Afronita and Abigail, cheering for their success and hoping to witness their continued ascent in the competition.

In an increasingly interconnected world, the representation of Ghanaian talent on such a prominent stage is a testament to the universality of art and the power it holds to bring people together.

The young artist recently parted ways with her former dance group DWP Academy to curve her brand.


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