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 docu-series was to highlight un-sung heroes in the health sector of Ghana who are impacting lives.
Speaking to NEWS-ONE on Wednesday, Ama K said:
“I really just wanted to highlight people who are making 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 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 accomplished television presenter and actress. She has worked at BBC2, OBE TV, Viasat 1, TV3, Ebonylife TV including others. She has also featured in award-winning movies including “Beats of no Nation” and “The Burial of Kojo”.
The six episodes docu-series will premiere this Sunday, June 2 at 8:00pm on Kwesé TV.