Today in History Celebrating Ghana's First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-addo

Celebrating Ghana’s First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-addo

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Described as the most considerate and a woman of integrity by her husband, Rebecca Akufo-Addo stands tall among women. She is the first lady of Ghana and her interests include early childhood development, malnutrition and education issues.

Rebecca Akufo-Addo stands tall among women. She is the first lady of Ghana and her interests include early childhood development, malnutrition and education issues.
Ghana’s First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo

Naa Okaikor Akufo-Addo was born on 12 March 1951 and a Ghanaian public figure,the current First Lady of Ghana. She is the lovely wife of President Nana Akufo-Addo,President Nana Akufo-Addo, 5th President of the 4th Republic of Ghana who assumed role on 7th January 2017.

Mrs Rebecca Akufo-addo is a mother of a great country and also a mother of 5 lovely children. She is the daughter of the judge, Jacob Hackenburg Griffiths-Randolph who served as the Speaker of the Parliament of Ghana in Third Republic and Frances Phillipina Griffiths-Randolph.

Rebecca Akufo-Addo attended the primary department of Achimota School and also an old student of the prestigious Wesley Grammar School in the Greater Accra Region.

She is also a devoted Christian. Naa Okaikor is a founding member and chairperson of the charity, Infants Malaria Prevention Foundation founded in 2005, to support the national effort to reduce malarial infections in infants and young children.

Rebecca is a honorable woman who founded the Rebecca Akufo-Addo Foundation, a non-governmental organization to enhance efforts of government amongst Ghanaian women and children in 2017.

Today we celebrate her and wish her a Happy Mother’s Day and really appreciate her efforts in building a better Ghana.

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