Former Miss Universe, Model & Philanthropist Menaye Donkor Covers New African Women Magazine


One thing I love about Menaye Donkor is the fact that I can find words to place before her name instead of merely  saying ‘wife of Sulley Muntari’.

Phrases and words like Former Miss Universe, Former Beauty Queen, Model, Philanthropist and many others have been independently secured by Menaye Donkor out of her own ambition and hard work.

Menaye Donkor also wife of talented Ghanaian football-Sulley Muntari is a philanthropist and women empowering leader in both personal and community sense.

The founder of Menaye Charity Foundation and the general overseer of Menaye International School who is making tremendous impact in the lives of many individuals has been chosen to cover next month’s New African Women Magazine (Issue 13). 

Check out the Behind The Scenes teaser of her photo shoot with New African Women Magazine below…

Issue 13: Coming soon from New African Woman on Vimeo.

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