Award-winning film maker, entrepreneur and activist, Juliet Asante, is still under jubilation mood as she escaped a fatal accident in Ghana, while she was travelling with her driver in her Ford Explorer.
According to the actress, I am so grateful to God that I and my driver had survived this accident. I had always known that I had nine lives.
Asante and her driver were able to survive the accident with minor injuries after their car rolled almost four times, but were lucky to have used their seat belts which had saved them. They were taken to a hospital for emergency treatment and they left in few hours.
She is the founder of Eagle Productions Ltd, a production, communications, and consulting company in Ghana.
Juliet is the founder and President of Save Our Women International and was previously the President of the Eagle Women Empowerment Club. Her awards include the Hollywood-Reporter’s next generation awards and the World of a difference 100 by the International Alliance for Women, Ghanaʼs Assoc. of Women Entrepreneurs as a Leader and Best Actress award for Ghana.
Juliet was the organizer of the Voice Of Africa Forum, aimed at closing the gap between media entrepreneurs and investments, and an active participant in the Africa Media Initiative. She has also served on the World Economic Council’s Global Agenda Council on Entertainment.