First Lady enstooled development Queen in Ada

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The first lady of the Republic of Ghana, Her Excellency Rebecca Odaakor Akufo-Addo, has been enstooled as development Queen of the Ada Traditional Area at Big-Ada for her sterling contribution to further the course of humanity.
The ceremony took place at this year’s Asafotufiami grand durbar where the first lady graced the occasion as the special guest of honour.
She was adorned with the traditional Kente and sandals with beads at a colourful ceremony.
The enstoolment was necessitated by the recognition of the her social interventions, particularly in the areas of health and education which has gained her an international repute.
Mrs. Rebecca Addo is the brain behind the 21-bed Neonatal intensive Care Unit, (NICU), and 20-bed Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital to provide quality and adequate healthcare to children.
The first lady also assisted in the expansion of the Achimota Primary School, launched the reading to learn and learning to read project to whip up reading habit among pupils among other initiatives.
The Ada Kudzragbe Clan Queen, Naana Ohui Amettor l who performed the tradition on behalf of the Queens of Ada sought the opportunity to implore young ladies of the Ada Traditional Area to emulate the good works of the first lady. She asked them to prioritise their education and career building to propel them to positions of prominence and distinguished women in Ghana, Africa and the world as a whole.
Mrs. Odaakor Rebecca Akufo-Addo under the development Queenship is called Naana Odeopeor Kabukie l.
Ghana | | Edward Sebbie