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Princess Asie Ocansey

Princess Asie Ocansey

BIOGRAPHY – NAA (PRINCESS) ASIE OCANSEY


Naa (Princess) Asie Ocansey is a member of the Ocansey Royal Family of Ada, Ghana. 
She is a Woman of God, a Philantropist, a businesswoman, a songwriter, a mother for the motherless, a voice for the voiceless, a migration expert and radio show hostess- of ” Travelling Overseas God’s Way”. Naa co-founded the rural Nekotech Center of Excellence in Ada, with the late USA mega entertainer, Mr. Isaac Hayes.   [readmore]

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New York, USA - Dec 3, 2016
 
Peace Proclamations: Elections 2016 CD Released in 528hz by HE Rev Dr Ocansey
 
Accra-Ghana Dec 2 - Peace Proclamations:Elections 2016 CD has been released by HE Rev Dr Ocansey - renowned philanthropist and multiple award winning Peace Advocate in partnership with globally acclaimed music producer, Mr. Isaac Aryee,  who recently relocated from the UK to Ghana- to set up the state of the art NiiOkai Music Studio at North Kaneshie and Rev Patrick Arthur, President of Channels United Pastors of the Nekotech Center - Ghana.
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Renowned philanthropist, Her Excellency Rev Dr Ocansey, a Princess from the Ocansey Royal family of Ghana, has received the prestigious Living Legend of Legal Migration Award in Edmonton Canada, from the Fraternity Group of Ghanaians in Edmonton and Calgary on December 13, 2014.

 

The group held a special ‘Tribute to HE Rev Dr Ocansey’ during the Ghana-Canada Legal Migration recognition ceremony held in Edmonton, Alberta.

 

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Renowned philanthropist, Her Excellency Rev Dr Ocansey, a Princess from the Ocansey Royal family of Ghana, has received the prestigious Living Legend of Legal Migration Award in Edmonton Canada, from the Fraternity Group of Ghanaians in Edmonton and Calgary on December 13, 2014.

 

The group held a special ‘Tribute to HE Rev Dr Ocansey’ during the Ghana-Canada Legal Migration recognition ceremony held in Edmonton, Alberta.

 

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Channels of Blessings and the We Support Peace campaign celebrated both the International Day of Peace, also called ‘Peace Day’, as well as the late Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the first President of Ghana, whose birthdate now coincides with Peace Day. There are no coincidences in God!
 
When we think of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, ‘Pan-Africanism’, ‘Ghana’s Independence from colonial rule’, and ‘African Unity’, are the words we immediately associate him with. However, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was highly admired in the international world as a statesman whose commitment to the total liberation of mankind made a remarkable impact on the course of world history.
 
He was respected as a man devoted to the cause of humanity, not just for his own people alone. He was highly regarded as a man who fought for peace and social injustice everywhere.
 
When he fought for the independence of Ghana, it was not enough, he asked the people of Ghana to fight for the total liberation of all Africans, helping nations like Nigeria gain independence. When he fought for the unity of Ghana, it was not enough, he also fought for the unity of the continent of Africa, calling for a United States of Africa, and becoming a founding member of the OAU (Organisation of African Unity).
 
Dr. Nkrumah was a leader who epitomised one who was ‘his brother’s keeper.’ Dr Nkrumah understood clearly, that a united people could birth peace, more so than a people divided. Ultimately, it was his quest for peace that drove him to fight for a united Ghana and a united Africa.
 
In 1961, when President Kennedy of the USA formed the Peace Corps, the first nation he sent them to was Ghana. It is said that though Peace Corps was formed in the USA, ‘Peace Corps learned to walk in Ghana’. President Kennedy must have thought highly of Dr. Nkrumah to choose Ghana among all the nations of the world, as the first nation of choice, for his new Peace Corps project.
 
The peace efforts of Dr Nkrumah were recognised also by the other super power, Russia, when in July 1962, Dr Nkrumah was honoured with the International Lenin Peace Prize. Having gained much international stature as a man of Peace, in 1966 Dr. Nkrumah left the shores of Ghana on a Peace Mission to end the Vietnam war, while he was away, a military coup ended his Presidency.
 
The theme for this year’s Peace Day is: ‘The right of all people to peace’. Flying high on the grounds of the United Nations in New York is the historic: ‘We Support Peace’, banner. The ‘We Support Peace’ Campaign, is a US based global grassroots campaign of renowned world peace advocates across all racial and faith based lines fighting together to restore peace to the Middle East and in other parts of the world, where war and conflict exist.
 
‘Today, we at ‘We Support Peace’ recognise Dr. Nkrumah and his immense and unspoken contributions to Middle East Peace, The Congo and as well World Peace, said HE Rev. Dr. Ocansey, co-chair of the ‘We Support Peace Campaign’.
 
‘We applaud his efforts as one of the founding fathers of the Non-Alligned Movement, which is one of the world’s biggest historic peace movements that unified over 75% of the members of the United Nations and more than half of the world’s population.’
 
“We face neither east nor west, we face forward”….,..By Dr. Kwame Nkrumah on the Non-Aligned Movement.
 
With World Peace Day now set on the same day as the birthdate of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, God has ensured that Dr. Nkrumah’s legacy of peace will come to the forefront every year!
 
By Her Excellency Rev. Dr. Ocansey
Co-Chair, We Support Peace Campaign, USA
 
 
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b2ap3_thumbnail_madam.jpgRenowned Philanthropist, Naa (Princess) Asie Ocansey, who recently received the prestigious AU Diasporan Bridge Builders awards during the just completed US-Africa Leaders Summit, was honoured at the CNN Center by CICA International University and Seminary, who conferred upon her the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Human Letters (Honoris Causa) at the Omni Hotel, CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

 
In addition, Dr. Ocansey also received an Ambassadorial appointment from the Word of Life Christian Fellowship, an NGO in special consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC). She is now Her Excellency Rev. Dr. Naa Asie Ocansey, CDKA.
 
H.E. Rev. Dr. Ocansey is a member of the Ocansey Royal Family of Ada, Ghana, born to the late Nene Kubi III of Ada, and Mrs. M. O. Ocansey.
 
Naa is a Professional Engineer, with a Bachelor’s degree in Ceramic Engineering from Rutgers University College of Engineering, with a Masters in Packaging Science and Engineering, and a Graduate Certificate in International Trade and Finance, from NYU and several certificates on Migration.
 
A Philanthropist, a businesswoman, a songwriter, a voice for the voiceless, a migration expert and radio show hostess, Naa co-founded the rural Nekotech Center of Excellence -Ada, with the late, Mr. Isaac Hayes-Black Moses, with contributions from several of Hollywood’s top actors including Denzel Washington.
 
She co-founded the Save a Million Lives (SAML)from HIV/AIDS Project with Hollywood Actor Steven Seagal and with the USA African American National Medical Association and Student National Medical Association- saving millions of lives through HIV/AIDS awareness,video series, free medical care and medications to the rural poor.
 
The SAML project won several awards, including White House and Buckingham Palace recognitions. Through her Christian centered Ministry, Channels of Blessings, Rev. Dr. Ocansey is currently leading efforts for the eradication of Ebola in West Africa, under the ‘EradicateEbolaNow’ decree, a US-Canada based grassroots faith-based coalition to provide education and personal protective equipment to nations plagued by Ebola in West Africa.
 
Having been educated at the prestigious Wesley Girls High School in Ghana and Rutgers University’s College of Engineering in the USA, Naa gained valuable working experience, working in Engineering and Consulting positions with Fortune 500 companies plus UNDP & UNEP/ICT, as well as her own very successful clothing line on at Dayton Hudson’s and Marshall Fields as well as QVC TV, from 1994-1996, where her unique collectors black bear, Kwesibear, became one of the hottest selling ethnic items on QVC TV.
 
Kwesibear carried a message which said:’ We are all members of God’s Royal family, so lets treat each other like royalty’. Kwesi bear’s mandate was to build a peace chest among nations.
 
Naa has devoted her life to building Peace by constructing spiritual, economic, educational, employment and healthcare bridges. Through these bridges she has joined many hands to fight for the voiceless and faceless poor by mobilizing global support to help them break generational cycles of poverty, illiteracy and disease while bringing economic freedom to many through her migration programs.
 
She has won several awards, including the GPA awards of the UK, World Literacy Crusade Ambassador, the prestigious AU DAF Bridge Builders awards during the recent historic US Africa Leaders Summit, the Ron Brown Award for International Trade and Finance, and numerous others.
 
She has been featured on several radio and TV shows worldwide – such as CNN, BBC, ABC News, Fox TV, CBS, Ghana’s GTV.
 
HE Rev. Dr. Ocansey is a devoted mother to her daughter, Fumi Serwa and several adopted sons and daughters. She strives to live her life by the quotation, 1 Cor 16 v 14: Do everything in love.
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Bruce Aylward of the World Health Organization spoke of the agency’s strategy to fight Ebola. Credit Pierre Albouy/Reuters

 

 

GENEVA — The World Health Organization said on Thursday that the Ebola epidemic was still accelerating and could afflict more than 20,000 people — almost seven times the current number of reported cases — before it could be brought under control.

 

The dire forecast was made as the health organization reported that the number of known cases and fatalities had risen once again. The organization also acknowledged that in areas of intense transmission “the actual number of cases may be two to four times higher than that currently reported.”

 

The outbreak “continues to accelerate,” the organization said.

According to the latest figures released by the health organization on Thursday, the total cases had risen to 3,069, with 1,552 deaths, in four West African countries: Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria.

Though the disease was identified in March, “more than 40 percent of the total number of cases have occurred within the past 21 days,” the organization said. “However, most cases are concentrated in only a few localities.”

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Officials handing out food in West Point, Liberia, a region hit hard by Ebola. The death toll from the disease has risen to 1,552 in four countries: Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. Credit Abbas Dulleh/Associated Press

The assessment came as the organization presented what it called a road map for stopping the transmission of Ebola within nine months. The plans are likely to cost nearly half a billion dollars over the next six months.

 

Though the road map aims to stop the epidemic in that time frame, “We have to be realistic that there is uncertainty” about such targets, Bruce Aylward, an assistant director general of the health organization, told reporters in Geneva.

 

With many centers for treating the disease now too full to take new patients, it was necessary to find and expand other approaches to contain the spread of the disease, the organization said.

 

The road map assumes that a number of countries that are not now affected by the epidemic could become so, but also asserts that the procedures it sets out could stop any new transmissions within eight weeks of the first case being identified.

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eZ-Xpo, the global leader in Virtual Collaborative Expo Network Marketplace, today is pleased to announce the world’s 1st Virtual Global Bridge for Peace through strategic partnership with Princess Ocansey of Ghana and NekoTech Center of Excellence with its first Virtual Expo – “Imagine Peace –Peace and Love (PAL) Showcase” in early September 2014.

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By god grace princess has

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For the first time in Ghana, a virtual Job fair entirely dedicated to employment and career opportunities in the mineral exploration and the mining & Construction sectors.

MEET EMPLOYERS FROM CANADA, & OTHER NATIONS GLOBALLY.

 

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For the first time in Ghana, a virtual Job fair entirely dedicated to employment and career opportunities in the mineral exploration and the mining & Construction sectors.

MEET EMPLOYERS FROM CANADA, & OTHER NATIONS GLOBALLY.

 

 CLICK TO VIEW DETAILS

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b2ap3_thumbnail_poc_bb_awards.jpgRenowned philanthropist, Princess Asie Ocansey has been awarded the prestigious African Diaspora Bridge Builders Awards at the just ended historic USA-Africa leaders’ summit in Washington DC.

 

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b2ap3_thumbnail_poc_bb_awards.jpgRenowned philanthropist, Princess Asie Ocansey has been awarded the prestigious African Diaspora Bridge Builders Awards at the just ended historic USA-Africa leaders’ summit in Washington DC.

 

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Princess Ocansey in red holding the prestigious AU Diasporan African Forum's Bridge Builders Award presented  to her during the historic US-African Leaders Summit in washington DC on August 4, 2014

From left to right: Nana Kwame Ansah, Dr Juliet Tuakli, Ambassador Dr. Erieka Bennette, Founder of AU DAF, Princess Ocansey, Fumi Babalola-daughter of Princess Ocansey, Lyn Whitfied- Grammy Award winning Hollywood Actress and Tony Habada - Global Chief of Protocol for Princess Ocansey

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In support of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, The African Union (AU) Diaspora African Forum

will host The African Diaspora Bridge Builders Awards.

 

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In support of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, The African Union (AU) Diaspora African Forum

will host The African Diaspora Bridge Builders Awards.

 

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ACCRA – April 7, 2014 –  Princess Asie Ocansey, has been acquitted and discharged of all human trafficking and false charges of fraud in the case of ‘The Republic vs Naa Asie Ocansey’ involving one Eugenia Mensah Plange. 

The case was presented to the court by the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit of the CID, headed by Supt. Patience Quaye, who indicated that it was the US Embassy that sent in a letter to report this said Human Trafficking case in November 2012, though no letter from the US Embassy was tendered. 

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ACCRA – April 7, 2014 –  Princess Asie Ocansey, has been acquitted and discharged of all human trafficking and false charges of fraud in the case of ‘The Republic vs Naa Asie Ocansey’ involving one Eugenia Mensah Plange. 

The case was presented to the court by the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit of the CID, headed by Supt. Patience Quaye, who indicated that it was the US Embassy that sent in a letter to report this said Human Trafficking case in November 2012, though no letter from the US Embassy was tendered. 

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ACCRA – April 7, 2014 –  Princess Asie Ocansey, has been acquitted and discharged of all human trafficking and false charges of fraud in the case of ‘The Republic vs Naa Asie Ocansey’ involving one Eugenia Mensah Plange. 

The case was presented to the court by the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit of the CID, headed by Supt. Patience Quaye, who indicated that it was the US Embassy that sent in a letter to report this said Human Trafficking case in November 2012, though no letter from the US Embassy was tendered. 

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