Members of the All Regions Queenmothers Association paid a courtesy visit to the First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, to express their appreciation for her significant contribution to the socio-economic development of the country.
The queen‘s mothers praised Mrs Akufo-Addo for her strong leadership qualities and her support for the government's efforts to improve the lives of citizens since assuming office as the First Lady of the Republic.
Speaking on behalf of the queen mothers during the meeting in Accra, Nana Otubea II, President of the All Regions Queen Mothers Association and Paramount Queen of Nkonya Ahenkro, acknowledged the Rebecca Foundation‘s support for numerous community projects aimed at improving the well-being of women and children.
Nana Otubea, who also serves as the President of the Oti Queen Mothers Association, highlighted the construction of crèches in various marketplaces, significant donations to schools and hospitals, and the inclusion of childhood cancers in the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) as initiatives that have had a positive impact on citizens.
“We are particularly grateful for building crèches at some marketplaces and your kind donations to schools and hospitals, and the inclusion of the four major childhood cancers on the NHIS has helped in so many ways,” she expressed.
In response, Mrs Akufo-Addo expressed profound gratitude to the Queen Mothers for their recognition of her work. She encouraged them to continue their efforts in supporting their communities for a better future.
“I am extremely delighted to see you all here and for such an important recognition you have given me and my foundation. I must say that you all are the First Ladies in your various communities. Kindly always do your positive best to help your people in whatever ways you can for the growth of the country,” she expressed.