Menaye Donkor is a businesswoman, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and former beauty queen from Canadian. She is a Canadian-born Ghanaian woman. Menaye was born on 20 March 1981 in Accra, Ghana.
Her zodiac (birth) sign is Pisces. Donkor represents Ghanaian roots and follows the Christian religion. Menaye Donkor’s husband Sulley Muntari is a professional football player from Ghana, a country in West Africa.
Menaye Donkor: Physical Stats
Donkor’s height is five feet and 11 inches. She weighs around 58 kg. Her body measurements are 32-25-35 inches. Therefore, her bra size is 32C. Menaye Donkor has beautiful dark brown eyes and classical black hair. Menaye Donkor is not a big advocate of tattoos.
She doesn’t have any tattoo on her body. Menaye’s feet (shoe) size is 7 (US), and the dress size is 6 (US). Indeed, Menaye Donkor has very classical and magnificent looks, which hold the power to attract many people around the world.
Menaye Donkor’s Childhood, Family Life, and More!
Donkor’s parents brought her to Accra, Ghana. Menaye has seven siblings; four brothers and two sisters. She indeed lived a hard life as her parents came as refugees to Canada. Over the years, Canada has helped many refugees to get a good life in North America.
Menaye Donkor completed her schooling from Ghana. After her family started to live in Canada, she did her future study from Boston, Massachusetts, USA. From York University, Canada, she completed her business marketing in honors. In the summer of 2011, she studied film from The Studio (formerly The Sally Johnson Studio) in New York City. Later, she completed her course from the London Academy of Film, Media, and Television with Brian Deacon, who is a famous English actor.
Menaye Donkor married Menaye Donkor in December 2011. On 20 June 2015, the pair was blessed with a son. His name is Jamal Krasie Muntari. On September 16, 2020, the lovely pair announced the arrival of their second baby on GhOne TV, a famous channel in Ghana.
Menaye Donkor Professional Work!
Menaye Donkor participated in the Miss Universe Ghana competition in 2004. She fought at the event from the bottom of her heart and won the competition to become the Miss Universe Ghana.
After winning the competition, she travelled to many countries and did many modelling projects for top brands. Menaye’s industrious work helped her to appear on the cover page of Ghana, South Africa, and Italy. New African Woman, Pompey Life, SportsWeek (La Gazzetta Dello Sport), Canoe Magazine and Maxim Italy gave her a lot of work.
In 2012 and 2013, the Cannes Films Festival, she represented Chopard, a prestigious brand from Switzerland. From 2006 to 2009, Menaye’s husband Sulley Muntari co-managed and marketed her brand in Europe and around the world. SHE-Y by Menaye, a famous brand in Italy, is working very well. She also makes the fine product ethically (Shea butter) from Ghana.
She also does a lot of charity work to help many unprivileged people in Ghana, who need ample recourses to enjoy life as a human doing in Europe and North America. In 2004, Menaye founded a very ethical brand for the charity named Menaye Charity Organization. The organization has been helping many unprivileged people in Ghana and other parts of Africa.
She likes to share her professional work and family life with her followers on social media. Hence, Menaye Donkor uses her social media account to promote her charity work too.
Husband Sulley Muntari
Sulley Muntari is a central midfielder from Ghana. He was born on 27 August 1984 in Konongo, Ashanti, Ghana. He had played for Udinese, Portsmouth, Internazionale, Sunderland (loan), AC Milan, Ittihad, Pescara, and Deportivo La Coruna before joining Albacete in 2019.
From 2002 to 2014, Sulley Muntari represented 84 times and scored 20 goals. He also played for Ghana U20 seven times but did not score any goal. Sulley Muntari is an inspiration for many kids in Ghana who can take football as a way to earn money and make their family feel full of richness.
For betting loves, Sulley Muntari is a decent player to invest in. Sulley is one of the icons from the field of football from Ghana.