Juliet Ibrahim graduates from ushering to hosting Glo-CAF Awards

Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, is excited at her choice as host of the Glo-Confederation of African Football (CAF) Awards holding in Nigeria on January 7.

The beauty who has added movie production and singing to acting revealed in an Instagram post on Monday that she attended the 2007 edition of the annual award as one of the ushers.

In the post, the 29-year-old revealed that she also attended the ceremony as a guest in 2012.

A grateful Juliet further urged her fans to “never give up on their dreams, keep pushing and stay determined”.

Born to a Lebanese father and a Ghanaian-Liberian mother, the Shattered Romance star made her acting debut in the 2005 film, Crime to Christ, alongside Majid Michel.

The polyglot has since featured in over 50 movies and is one of the leading actresses across the continent.

Her co-host for the Glo-CAF Awards is Robert Marawa, who is anchoring for the third time having co-hosted the 2011 edition in Accra with former Ghanaian international, Tony Bafoe and the 2014 edition in Lagos with Joselyn Dumas.