Dentaa Amoateng popularly known as Dentaa is a British Ghanaian entrepreneur, actress, TV presenter, singer, and producer. She was born in 1983, in Juaso, Ghana. She received the MBE award in the 2016 Birthday Honours and in 2017 she received the Ghana Peace Awards Humanitarian Service Laureate in Accra, Ghana. In mid-September of 2020, she was appointed by Asante Kotoko S.C. as their International Relations Manager.
Dentaa Amoateng Age
She is 38 years old as she was born in 1983.
Denta Amoateng is married with four children named Nuquari, Awiyah Amoateng, Adansi Amoateng, and Enijie Amoateng Jr. Dentaa Amoateng Husband’s name is not known yet but on his 40th birthday, she took to Instagram to wish the husband a happy birthday. Famous among Dentaa children is Awiyah known as Princess Awiyah who launched her hair brand product for children at the age of 6 in 2018. This was followed up in 2020 with her Shea butter and black
Akosua Dentaa Amoateng Net Worth
Akosua Dentaa Amoateng Net Worth is estimated to be $5million. This she earned through her business as an actress, tv presenter, singer, and producer.
She has acted in British TV shows including EastEnders and Holby City as an actress and also hosted television programmes on British and Ghanaian TV including The Dentaa Show and reality TV music competition Mentor IV. She also had a brief career as a singer, releasing a gospel album in 2005, “Wu Ye Nyame”.
In May 2012, she organised the launch of the Benjani Mwaruwari Foundation, set up by Portsmouth and Zimbabwe national football team striker Benjani Mwaruwari to build a football academy for underprivileged youths in Zimbabwe. The following month, in June 2012, Dentaa helped the Arthur Wharton Foundation present a statuette of Arthur Wharton — the first professional black football player – to FIFA President Sepp Blatter. The Arthur Wharton Marquette Statue is now displayed in the presidents’ lounge at FIFA headquarters in Zurich.
In August 2012, it was announced that Dentaa would be making a return to TV with new weekly show Dinner with Dentaa, which features celebrity guests cooking for her.
Awards and Honours
Dentaa is an advocate for the Ghanaian community in the UK and in 2017 she was put on the list of 100 Most Outstanding Women Entrepreneurs in Ghana for her advocacy by The African Network of Entrepreneurs. In 2009 she founded the GUBA (Ghana UK Based Achievements) Awards, which recognizes the achievements of individuals and organizations “positively contributing to the Ghanaian community in the UK or Ghana”. In 2011, she was named in The Future 100 Awards as a “Young Social Entrepreneur” of the year for her work with GUBA.
In June 2013, Dentaa was announced as the winner of the annual African Women in Europe (AWE) Award, for her work in promoting Ghanaian achievement in the UK and for her charity work. Organizers described her as an “icon and role model to all African women living and working in Europe”.
Dentaa Amoateng Husband
On Friday, April 6, Dentaa Amoateng took to her Instagram account to show off her husband, who was celebrating his 40th birthday.
She posted a touching birthday tribute for her husband. Her exact words are below:
We have had 17 years of happiness, joy, laughter, and tears and to this day, I would not change a single thing! We have been blessed with 4 beautiful children, with our last son being delivered on your birthday.
You have always been by my side, helping me to realise and bring my vision to fruition, one of the many reasons why I love you.
I remember when we got married, I was 24 and though everyone said I was too young, I wish I had done it earlier.
My partner, my rock, my shoulder! with you by my side, I fear nothing! God bless you!
Happy 40th birthday my KING.