Ghanaian professional dancer, Afronitaaa has said that dancing has helped her build her confidence and has made her a valuable asset.
The dancer indicated that she has been in the space for 5 years and shared some little information on how her journey began.
“It’s been 5 years in the dancing space. I started after BECE in 2018. I completed SHS in 2021 but I joined DWP in 2018. My mentor was Dancegod Lloyd so most often, I dance with him,” she shared.
In an appearance made on Onua Showtime with its host Nana Ama McBrown, the Wesley Girls’ Cape Coast alumna pointed out how her involvement in dancing has aided her in diverse ways.
“Dancing has helped me in so many different ways. I never imagined dance could help me because it has made me confident and has taken me places I never imagined going; even here (referring to the Onua Showtime platform). It has helped me meet different people and made me a better person because I feel like I have value,” she noted.
She continued, “Dancing has helped me financially, socially, mentally, physically and spiritually. The academy has a manager called Qwables; he manages the place and everyone else.”
When asked if she is still schooling, she said that “I’m at the University of Ghana, Legon. I’m reading Bachelor of Science in Administration. I schedule my timetable in such a way that it doesn’t clash with dancing.”
By Esther Aryee|3Xtra.TV|Ghana