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Nana Juaben Afrakoma Serwa Kusi Obuadum Paramount Queen-mother Of Agogo Traditional AreaNanahemaa was born and raised in Agogo. She had her primary education in the Agogo Presbyterian School. She continued her secondary education at Agogo State Secondary School in 1970. After her ‘O’ level education, Nanahene joined the Black Star Line and worked at the Head Office at Kuku Hill-Osu, Accra, from 1975 to 1984. She was very industrious, devoted and esteemed her job. Nanahemaa then migrated to the United States of America.

During her stay in the United States of America, Nanahemaa worked with the Maimonides Medical Centre from January to July 1984, then joined the Medical Centre of the Columbia Presbyterian University from July 1984 to 1998. While at the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, Nanahemaa never became complacent. She further went ahead to undertake a two-year Diploma Course in Coding and Medical Terminology at Lehmans College. She completed with distinction due to her hardworking and ambitious personality.

After the Diploma program, Nanahemaa then relocated to New Jersey and therefore had to leave Columbia Presbyterian to join JFK Medical Centre in New Jersey. Nanahemaa was with JFK Medical Central from 1998 to 2003, then went to join the Medical Centre of Princeton University, where she was until 2013. In all places that Nanahemaa has worked, she devoted her time and effort. She delivered her skills to the best of her ability.

At the demise of her grandmother, who was the Queen-mother, Nanahemaa was enstooled as the Paramount Queen-mother of Agogo Traditional Area. For the love of her country and town, Nanahemaa relocated back home to assist the Omanhene in administering affairs of the community significantly. Since her return, Nanahemaa has maintained close and cordial relationships with the Managements of the Agogo Presbyterian Hospital, the Nurses and Midwives Training College, and the Presbyterian University College, all in Agogo sharing her experiences in Hospital Administration and management of health institutions.

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