Why coming to GHANA was the best MOVE!!! moving to ghana

Kuukuwa was born in Ghana, Accra, and joined her parents in Germany from the age of 4 years where she lived most of her life. She decided to move out of her comfort zone and chose London, the UK as her study option to complete her Bachelor's degree in Event Management with Thames Valley University. Whilst dating her now-husband, both had something in common... One day to relocate to Ghana. This finally came to reality after sacrificing 7 years traveling back and forth between London and Accra, where her husband started with livestock farming and as a real estate developer. They took the 2020 pandemic as a chance to relocate the whole family to Ghana. Happy with the decision, the whole family agrees that it is the best move and healthier for the family.

Kuukuwa successfully completed training in customer service, Human Resources and first aid.
As a hobby, she enjoyed organising school term activities for children and helped family and friends organise events. This led her to join the GUBA enterprise team as a Coordinator for Exhibitors.

Currently the couple have established a coldstore, Enam Market in Nsawam which Kuukuwa manages whilst her husband continues as a farmer and a real estate developer. The children attend school and nursery as normal.

Kuukuwa Ampah
CEO of Enam Market coldstore
(Nsawam, Dobro curve off the Accra - Kumasi Road)
Tel. 0542021096 (Shop)
Instagram @enam_market
Email [email protected]

Website www.enammarket.com


Awo Twumasi-Nyarko holds a degree in Sociology and Business Administration and Masters in Community Health from Worcester State University.

Awo worked in Community Healthcare as the Worcester County area Director for Program Development for Alternatives for more than fifteen years. Alternatives is a health and human services provider for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health; they rehabilitate and provide community support services to over two thousand five hundred people living with various disabilities in Central and Western Massachusetts, USA. Awo also served as a volunteer Executive Leader and Financial Secretary for the First Assembly of God Church Samaritans in Worcester Massachusetts. She relocated to Ghana to run her family business and currently spearheads the First Assembly of God Church-Worcester’s Global Missions work in Ghana.

Awo is an accomplished leader in the Health and Human Services field in Central-West Massachusetts, USA. She was recognized for her excellence in leadership by the Worcester Business Journal's 40 under 40 in 2011. She was also inducted into the Greater Worcester Community Foundation as a Corporator in 2011 and served on the grants and scholarships review and outreach committees for six years. Awo was acknowledged by the Worcester City Mayor O’Brien for her leadership efforts within the Worcester community in 2012. She has received various leadership awards over the years in her work with Alternatives and the Massachusetts Department Mental Health.

Awo currently runs her own Real Estate, Palms Real Estate, Palmer Security Company, and Owner of Spicy Food Restaurant and a Health Education Trainer and Speaker. She Consults on various issues of interest. After helping to establish the Sickle Association of the Greater Accra Regional Hospital-Ridge Branch, Awo currently serves as the President. Awo is also the Coordinator for the Ghana Chapter of the Ghana Advocacy Group (GAG) in Ghana and also a member of the Clean Ghana Army, an advocacy group that seeks to address the health and sanitation issues through awareness, education and organized cleanup efforts in Ghana. Awo is a philanthropist and loves to give back, she is a proud member of the Good Fellow Foundation in Ghana.

Awo has two children. She loves empowering and mentoring young up-and-coming leaders. She also spends time raising awareness about sickle cell in African communities.
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