Sister Deborah whose real name is Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu was born to an Ashanti father and a Romanian mother in Ghana. She’s a Ghanaian singer, model, TV presenter and an academic. For her education, she attended Christ the King International School, and later Wesley Girls’ High School. Her tertiary education was at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Publishing Studies.
Sister Deborah was born on August 25, 1984, and her parents were collectors of world music and art. She has a master’s degree from the University of the Arts London. Her fame began after her first hit as a solo artist made her perform at Glastonbury Festival 2013. She’s also a philanthropist which can be seen in her commitment to several charitable causes such as;
- Supporting the Juliet Ibrahim Foundation’s efforts to provide assistance to patients undergoing dialysis treatment.
- Voluntarily supporting an X-Cholera campaign to kick out cholera at many different locations with other celebrities.
- Voluntarily joining a Unilever campaign on the Global Hand Washing Day 2015 at Kanda Cluster of Schools in Accra.