Over 124 million confirmed cases, 70 million recoveries with over 2.72 million deaths, Covid 19 has really hit the world hard. One of the few survivors of this deadly virus is Mrs. Olivia Delali Agyekum. The Columbus, Ohio based Ghanaian and her husband had to battle for their lives in the year 2020.
According to the couple, they thought their world had come to an end. In a video to educate the public and create more awareness of the deadly virus, Olivia and husband narrated how they nearly lost their lives to this virus and also their path to recovery.
After their recovery, the couple took it upon themselves to advocate and educate the public on the deadly virus. They spent time educating people and advising the public on how to stay safe. Delali Agyekum popularly called Mama Dollar is influential in the city of Columbus. She virtually became a self ambassador of Covid 19 just to ensure no one suffers the pain she and the husband went through when they both were battling with the deadly disease.
This singular act according to our 9 member – committee was an art of kindness and bravery. A true spirit of the good and a motherly love for her love ones and those she doesn’t even know. For this, she is a Woman of Excellence for the year 2020.
Olivia and her husband are founders of New Millennium Home Health Care. Founded in 2005 by a husband and wife, both Registered Nurses, who after working in hospitals (Acute Settings), Skilled Nursing facilities, and Rehab centers recognized the need for people to be able to recover from illness in the comfort of their own homes.
There are many people around the world who took the path as Mrs. Olivia Delali Agyemeng and her husband did. To all those women, we celebrate your efforts and your kindness. You’re all our Akwaaba Women of Excellence 2020.