Afronitaa

I was sad leaving DWP Academy – Afronitaa

• Afronitaa left DWP to pursue solo dance career.
• Despite initial dissatisfaction, she accepted the change.
• DWP confirmed her departure.
• Afronitaa and Abigail from TV3 Talented Kids auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent.
• They will represent Ghana in the upcoming season.
• Afronitaa is launching Afrostar Kids Academy for children.
• She encourages parents to enroll their children in her academy.

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In an interview on Joy Prime, Afronitaa shared her experience since leaving DWP, stating that it was a difficult decision but one that she felt was necessary to pursue other opportunities.

Despite not being initially happy about the decision, she trusted God’s plan for her life and accepted the change. Earlier this year, Afronitaa parted ways with DWP to focus on her solo dance career.

DWP confirmed her departure in a press statement, acknowledging that it was a tough decision to let go of the talented dancer.

Afronitaa, along with Abigail from TV3 Talented Kids, auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent and successfully impressed the judges with their exceptional dancing skills.

They will be featured in the upcoming season of the popular talent show, proudly representing Ghana.

Afronitaa is now working towards the opening of her dance academy for children, called Afrostar Kids Academy, set to launch on April 14.

She encourages parents interested in enrolling their children to allow them to be nurtured and developed at her academy.

 

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