When we think about female heads of state we easily think of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand or Germany’s Angela Merkel.
The Republic of Ghana is 64 years and we reckon she just might be ready for a female president. After all, the last electoral race saw the National Democratic Congress choose a lady, Prof Nana Jane Opoku-Agyemang as their vice option.
Ghana abounds with strong and charismatic women in all manner of fields. From commerce to politics, to health and telecommunications, Ghanaian women are bulldozing the path for social intersection and affirmative action.
While we aren’t spoilt for choice with options in the corridors of power we came up with a close list