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Innovators of Ghana Nie on Super Morning Show

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Ghana Nie, Ghana’s first and only local goods market dedicated to celebrating the best of Ghanaian innovation and creativity is set to take place on June 24th, 2017 at Impact Hub Accra. The event will bring together some of the most impressive brands in food, clothing, accessories, and home goods.

Two of the innovators, Freda Obeng-Ampofo and Yaganoma Baatuolkuu will be on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show today, June 2, 2017, to tell us all about the innovation behind their brands and give us a sneak peek of what to expect from them at the Ghana Nie fair.

Freda Obeng-Ampofo

Freda Ampofo is a Global Public Policy professional with a Regional Focus on Africa and the genius behind the amazing body care line, KAEME.

KAEME products keep the original benefits of the Shea and black soap for the skin and hair, and doubles as a perfume with the blend of quality cold pressed oils.

KAEME’s formulation and scents are pure innovation! The texture, consistency and unique scents give a luxury feel to a basic raw material.  It is light, easily absorbed and doesn't leave a greasy residue. The silky texture of the black soap feels really luxurious. The range of scents also ensures there’s a fragrance for everyone, no such thing as one size fits all.  

Freda has a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and Economics and a Master’s in Public Affairs from the prestigious Sciences, Po, in Paris.

Yaganoma Baatuolkuu

Yaganoma Baatuolkuu is the founder of Wanjo Africa, a food processing and packaging company using indigenous wild crops to create products for the urban palate, while empowering rural women to a better socio-economic livelihood. Wanjo Foods processes indigenous crops into food products.

Wanjo creates, juices, syrups, jams, preserves and sauces out of indigenous spices, herbs and veggies.

Yaganoma holds a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Ghana and a MLitt in Managing Creative Industries from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. She’s also a fellow of the Mandela Washington Fellowship of the Young African Leadership Initiative.

Tune into the Super Morning Show to hear all about these amazing innovators stories and learn more about their brands. Want to meet these

Want to meet these brilliant women and many more innovators on the 24th? Register for the Ghana Nie fair at The event is free and open to the public. 

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