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 Naa Koteitsoo Afrasomanso I, Association of Queen Mothers  -  Member 
Naa Koteitsoo Afrasomanso I is the Queen Mother of Koteiman, under the Nikoi Olai Stool of Asere in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Known in private life as Estella Naa Adei Ashie, Naa started her education at Prince of Peace International School at Bubuashie, a suburb of Accra. She proceeded to Krobo Girls Secondary School now Krobo Girls Presbyterian Senior High School in Odumase Krobo in Lower Manya Krobo District of the Eastern Region where she completed her GCE ‘O’ Level education. Naa is a business woman and has a Diploma in Beauty Therapy with over 25 years experience in this business.’.

Naa was enstooled Queen Mother on the 12th November, 2005 and has since undertaken a number of projects particularly in promotion of women and children’s welfare in Asere and beyond. Naa has Post-Secondary Certificates in Conflict Resolution and Psychology, Counselling and Home-based Care Training, Community Mobilization and Engaged Skills, Reproductive Health and Comprehensive Abortion Care Education for Girls, Women and Elders. She was a member of the Inter-party Advisory Committee (IPAC) during the 2012 Elections and part of Ghana's National Architecture for Peace.

Naa is the National Representative of the Queen Mothers Association in Ghana for the President Jimmy Carter Centre in Atlanta Georgia in the USA. She plays a central role in traditional community governance. Naa has applied her varied skills in leadership and public education efforts by convening programmes in schools and at community events.

 

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