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Facts about Otumfuo’s daughter Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh



Facts about Otumfuo’s daughter Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh

Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh is a beloved daughter of the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.

Affectionately called Ohemaa, she studied biomedical science at the University College of London and later pursued medicine at the School of Medical Science at the KNUST in Kumasi, Ashanti Region.

Here are five facts you probably didn’t know about her

Attended St. Rose’s Senior High School
She had her secondary education at St. Rose’s Senior High School, Akwatia and Headington Girls School, Oxford, (United Kingdom).

She also studied at the University College of London, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology School of Medical Science and Queen Mary University of London to study biomedical science, medicine and global public health, respectively.

Big on detergent-production business
She is known as Dr Caryn Agyeman Prempeh and is the owner and CEO of Ohemaa Detergents.

Despite being a royal from a wealthy and famous background, Caryn Agyeman Prempeh has set out on her own to create businesses and carve a niche for herself in the detergent-producing industry.

During the coronavirus era in 2020, she turned her skills into an entrepreneurship venture, which birthed one of the most sought-after detergent products in the country.

Today, she owns a wide range of sanitiser products consisting of alcohol-based sanitiser, liquid and washing soaps, as well as baby detergents, which are all approved and certified by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA).

A medical doctor in her own right
Caryn Prempeh has previously worked at Claron Health International as a resident medical officer. She has also worked at 37 Military and Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospitals.

She is also the founder of a non-profit organisation called ‘CERVIVA’ that is focused on raising awareness and educating women on cervical cancer.

With years of experience under her belt, Prempeh has earned a reputation for providing top-quality care to her patients, and is highly respected by her peers in the medical community.

Prempeh’s dedication to her patients is evident in the personalised care she provides to each individual. She takes the time to listen to their concerns and develop treatment plans that are tailored to their specific needs. Her compassionate approach to medicine has earned her the trust and loyalty of her patients, who appreciate her commitment to their well-being.

Founder of Cerviva Ghana
In 2011, she founded Cerviva Ghana, a non profit that creates awareness and educates young girls on the prevention of cervical cancer. She is the team doctor of the Ghana Black Queens.

Prempeh is creating awareness and educating Ghanaian women on cervical cancer

Published articles in medical journals
She has published numerous articles in prestigious medical journals and has presented her research at national and international conferences. Prempeh also serves as a mentor to medical students and residents, passing on her knowledge and expertise to the next generation of healthcare professionals.

Prempeh’s passion for her work is evident in everything she does, and she is truly dedicated to improving the health and well-being of her patients. Whether she is delivering a baby, performing a surgery, or conducting research, Caryn Agyeman Prempeh approaches each task with professionalism, compassion, and a commitment to excellence.


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