Award-winning Ghanaian actress, Ama K Abebrese is returning to television with a brand new documentary series titled “Champions of Society” which will be airing on Kwesé TV.
According to Ama, the drive behind the “Champions of Society” is to highlights the work of different champions in Ghana’s health sector that impact lives.
Speaking to NEWS-ONE on Wednesday, Ama K said:
“I really just wanted to highlight people who are making an impact in the health sector in Ghana. It is really a passion project and I wish I have more money to do more. But it is just to highlight these people to say they are doing a good job. There is a woman called Aunty Mercy, she is the one that runs the HIV & AIDS Clinic at Ridge Hospital. Everybody knows her. I am passionate about them and that’s just a part of me.”
This new docu-series is co-produced and directed by the mother of one.
Ama K is an award-winning British Ghanaian actress, television presenter, and producer.
She has worked at BBC2, OBE TV, Viasat 1, TV3, Ebonylife TV and others.
She has also featured in award-winning movies including “Beats of no Nation” and “The Burial of Kojo”.
The series premieres this Sunday, 2nd June at 8 pm on Kwese TV.