Actress, film producer, and Harvard University graduate Juliet Asante was involved in a near-fatal accident around Shai Hills on the Accra-Akosombo road Wednesday.
Juliet, CEO of Eagle Productions survived the accident with minor injuries.
The Ford Explorer she was travelling in with her driver was badly dented with its windscreen shattered.
She told Myjoyonline.com after the accident that she was in the front passenger seat when the accident occurred, adding the “driver lost control, rolled over almost four times. Seat belt saved us both.”
“Police was helpful, ambulance service was there to take me to the hospital [Tema General Hospital]. I was cleared to go in a few hours,” Juliet added.
“I always knew I had 9 lives! I thank my God and my angels! Doesn’t look like my work here is done…,” a thankful Juliet Asante said.
Juliet Asante is an award-winning film maker, entrepreneur and womens activist. She is the founder of Eagle Productions Ltd, a production, communications, and consulting company in Ghana.
Her depth of experience in business and network across the continent of Africa, makes her a much sought-after consultant for both international and local interests.
Juliet was the organizer of the Voice Off Africa Forum, aimed at closing the gap between media entrepreneurs and investments, and an active participant in the Africa Media Initiative.
Juliet is the founder and President of Save Our Women International and was previously the President of the Eagle Women Empowerment Club.
She has worked on movies such as, ‘Deadly Voyage’ (an HBO movie, starring Omar Epps and Sean Pertwee), and ‘Tinsel’ for MNet.