Menaye Donkor, wife of Ghanaian football star, Sulley Muntari has been named in a list of 15 most influential Africans in Canada.
The list compiled by Afri-Culture a reputable online source of information on current “state of affairs” involving Africa also named Nigeria’s Patricia Bebia-Mawa, Producer, Managing-Editor & TV Host, Maka Kotto, Cameroon’s Minister of Culture & Communications, Daniel Igali, Nigeria’s Professional Wrestler, and Olympic Gold Medalist.
The influential African men and women are deemed to be distinct candidates who have earned much success, as they continue to have great impact on very well-respected organizations throughout the country.
The shortlist is to honor and celebrate individuals who continue to inspire others through great achievements.
The list is made up of five women and eight men.
Menaye Donkor, a Ghanaian-Canadian is a former beauty queen, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
She represented Ghana at the 2004 Miss Universe Beauty Pageant in Quito, Ecuador. She completed her studies in Marketing and Business Marketing at York University in Toronto, Ontario. She owns multiple businesses in Canada and is Founder of the Menaye Charity Organization.
Menaye Donkor is the wife of Ghanaian football star, Sulley Muntari. She is also his business manager, product manager and financial manager.