HER ROYAL MAJESTY KING MAKER,QUEEN OF GA TRIBE, GHANA
HER ROYAL MAJESTY KING MAKER, QUEEN OF GA TRIBE, NAA TSOTSOO SOYOO 1
She is the queen of the tribe of Ga tribe of greater Accra region of Ghana. She holds the traditional title of ‘THE KING MAKER QUEEN’. AMAMOLE DJAASE MANYE is the matron and global ambassador of GLOBAL VISIONARY WOMEN NETWORK and director of LEXIDON FACILITIES.
She is the patron of KANEMO COMMUNITY LIBRARY PROJECT, which provides books to poor communities in Ghana, which helps children to learn, while it educates adults and children on sexual abuse.
The queen believes in education, therefore, she believes education is a legacy, therefore she dedicates her time and finances on the project.
Her support for young people who use their innate skills for success where education may not be a natural option is legendary through her TENTALENTS natural skills based learning initiative. The aim is to break down gender stereotype. She believes that the African woman needs to take back her leadership position. The fact that one does not have a white-collar job should not make one less successful therefore; the initiative was set up as an alternative.
The first African queen featured in USA’S Pan Afrikan times, has become an active advocate of culture and policy. She is an entrepreneur, educator, community leader and motivational speaker. She is also a writer.
She has a degree in law, politics and international studies. She also has PGD in project management. She is a proud mother of two.
SOURCE: YOMI GARNETT, ROYAL BIOGRAPHICAL INSTITUTE.