The delegates of the first lady of Equatorial Guinea are expected to visit Voices of African Mothers (VAM) this month at John William Montessori School.
The first lady of Equatorial Guinea Mrs. Constancia Mangue Nsue de Obiang who is also a patron of Voices of African Mothers (VAM), will be represented in Ghana to tighten the relationship her organization Canige has with Voices of African Mothers.
The delegation is expected to be welcomed in Ghana on the 28th of this month by Nana Fosu Randall the founder of Voices of African Mothers at John William Montessori School.
Speaking to the media, Nana Fosu Randall expressed much gratitude for the opportunity to host the Delegation at her home town; Tanoso – Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. “I’ m always honored to receive representatives from the first lady and this is not the first time. I will take this opportunity to say a very big thanks to her for the support”. She said.
Currently, there are ten (10) children from Equatorial Guinea in Ghana enrolling at John William Montessori School to acquire Basic Education Certificate.
The delegation will also visit these children at the school to supervise their performance so far in Ghana.