Mrs Elizabeth Sackey, MP, Okaikoi North and Member, ECOWAS Parliament
Mrs Elizabeth Sackey, signed up for this cause after watching Thomas and Elizabeth Vaah narrate their ordeal on KSM's TGIF show aired on Friday, April 2nd. She promises to pursue this cause in parliament for the sake of our women and their unborn children. We are grateful for her support.
Mr. Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafo
Mr Boadu-Ayeboafo, General Manager of the Graphic group of companies, a respected journalist and legal brain has a personal experience that is a constant reminder of all that is wrong with Ghana's maternal and child health delivery system. His support for this Foundation stems from his strong believe that this is a worthy cause that must succeed. Mr Boadu-Ayeboafo, we are very grateful for this support. Together we will succeed.
Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM)
KSM as he is popularly called is a renowned dramatist and film maker and Chief Executive of Sapphire Ghana Limited. A family man and strong advocate for human rights, KSM was personally touched on hearing the Vaahs story, and supports their desire to turn a personal tragedy into a national gain. KSM, you have a wonderful platform and we are very grateful for this support.
Richard Dela Sky
Richard Sky, the tireless Parliamentary Correspondent and host of the Big Issue on Citi FM is a strong believer in social justice with a penchant for going beyond the headlines to pursue pertinent issues bordering on human rights to their logical conclusion. Richard is especially passionate about Maternal and Child Health and has taken it upon himself to help the foundation achieve its objective of reducing maternal mortality caused by negligence in our health delivery system. Richard, you have the stuff that outstanding journalists are made of, and the Foundation is grateful for your suport.