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During the last few years, Graham Power and others from the UE International Board embarked on trips to Ghana with the Intent of building relationships and looking for an open door for the launch of Unashamedly Ethical in Ghana. Although strong relationships were formed it was not until August of 2019 that God’s timing would open the door for Ghana to take a stand for ethics, values, and clean living.

In August 2019 Unashamedly Ethical was launched in Ghana in collaboration with the Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship International. George Prah is the president of the organization. It currently has over 7000 members in and a 172 Chapters across Ghana.


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From the time that Unashamedly Ethical was launched in August, a Steering Committee was put together lead by George Prah and they started the process of creating a rollout and activation plan for Ghana. It was decided that an Advisory Board, consisting of 7 members, is necessary to provide guidance and to act as ambassadors for UE in Ghana.

These are highly influential individuals comprising of former Chief Justices, Former heads of state, advisors to the president, businessmen with multiple companies and Church leaders. Furthermore, an executive team consisting of 15 members was established to carry out the work needed to roll out UE in Ghana.

The EXCO will divide into regional teams that will focus on signing up new members as well as specific focus pertaining to the following fields:

  •         Research
  •         Youth
  •         Anti-Corruption framework for Ghana
  •         Training
  •         Communication

We are excited to see what this team will accomplish with regards to establishing a culture of ethics, values, and clean living in Ghana.

Ghana Team


Emmanuel Baba Mahama

Mr Emmanuel Baba Mahama

Baba Mahama is a Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Insurer. He is a Professional Director, Author, and a Consultant in Corporate Governance.

Mahama who is a National Vice President of the Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship International, Ghana, fellowships with an Assemblies of God Church.

Ben Ekow Rockson

Mr Ben Ekow Rockson

Ben Rockson has Mechanical Engineering background. A life member of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International. Currently the National Secretary and the Acting National Director in Charge of Training of the Fellowship in Ghana.

Ben is a member of the Methodist Church Ghana.

An Alumnus of Haggai Institute International and a Faculty Member of the Haggai Institute Ghana.

He is married to Charlotte and they are blessed with two children

Andrew Sam

Captain Andrew Sam

Andrew Sam is the Founder and President of the Barbarossa Foundation which offers help in Leadership, Education and Sports. He is also the CEO of Life Skills Consultancy, a Performance Enhancement and Retirement Planning Consultancy, and Chairman of FC Barbarossa.

He is a Retired Military Officer, a Sports Consultant, a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute, UK. He has authored 2 books in his Life Road Map Series: “Lessons from the Creation Story” and “From Purpose to Peace and Prosperity”. He is a Life Member of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International.

Felicia Gbesemete

Mrs Felicia Gbesemete

Felicia S. Gbesemete is the co-founder, in 1984, and Head of Chambers of Lexconsult & Company, the first all-women Legal firm in Ghana, which specializes in Civil & Corporate Law.

She has served on several Boards, including an International Bank. She is a Senior Advocate of Ghana, (SAG) awarded by the General Council of the Ghana Bar Association for services to the Legal Profession in Ghana, in particular, upholding the integrity of the profession.

Timothy Acquah Hayford

Prof. Timothy Acquah Hayford

Prof. Tim Acquah-Hayford is a Legal Consultant, Adjunct Lecturer and Consultant in Marketing Communications. He is Chief Executive Officer of TBWA – Markcom Consulting, a Marketing Communications firm. Tim is a Past Chairman of the National Media Commission, Ghana, a Fellow and Past President, Institute of Marketing Ghana and Past President Advertising Association of Ghana. He is a Past Lay Chairman of the Accra Diocese of the Methodist Church Ghana, a Past National Vice President and currently, National Executive Member of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International, Ghana.

Immanuel Enimil Ashon

Immanuel Enimil Ashon

Immanuel Enimil Ashon is a leading journalist and communications practitioner seasoned by time. He comes with over 35 years of communication practice, specifically newsroom experience at the highest level, and public relations practice. He edited the Ghanaian Times, national daily and the Spectator, a national weekly.

He holds a Graduate Diploma in Communication Studies and M.Phil. in African Studies

As a specialist in editing and newspaper design, he consulted for UNESCO (via Ghana’s Ministry of Education) to produce newspapers for adult learners in nine Ghanaian major languages.

As a World Bank communication consultant, he made a positive contribution to governance issues in urban water supply through active stakeholder engagements by providing a platform for the views of stakeholders, including civil society groups adamantly opposed to the introduction of private sector participation in the water supply. As a private sector player (CEO of a media and public relations consultancy), he has provided consultancy to reputable organizations, both private and state-owned.

He is currently the Executive Director of the Centre for Communication and Culture, a not-for-profit non-governmental organization that exists to build the capacity of arts critics and contribute to the African renaissance.

He is also a regular columnist of the Daily Graphic, sharing thoughts with readers every Friday. A one-time member of the Board of Directors of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, Enimil has also served on the board of the Ghana News Agency and currently sits on the Advisory Board of the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and the Asore Centre for Pastoral Excellence.

Enimil is an Adult Bible Class facilitator with the International Central Gospel Church and is the National Director of the FGBMFI 

Matilda Amissah-Arthur

Mrs Matilda Amissah-Arthur

A retired professional librarian.

Helps children acquire reading skills to be able to read and enjoy reading.

Works with disadvantaged children and women through education and skills provision to help them break the cycle of poverty.

An author of children’s books

Gifty Adjei-Fianko

Miss Gifty Adjei-Fianko

Gifty Adjei-Fianko is a seasoned Marketing Practitioner with over 17 years’ experience in consumer marketing and media from leading Blue Chip Companies such as Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited (Diageo), The Coca-Cola Company, Vodafone Ghana and FanMilk Limited (Danone) where she headed the marketing team. She has numerous brand campaigns and new product launches to her credit.

Gifty holds a BSc. Administration degree (Marketing) and an Executive MBA (Marketing) both from the University of Ghana Business School.

She is passionate about driving the Kingdom Agenda and being unashamedly ethical.

Kwasi Yeboah-Awudzi

Dr. Kwasi Yeboah-Awudzi

Dr. Kwasi Yeboah-Awudzi

Private Public Health Consultant, Immediate past Deputy-Director of Public Health, Ashanti Region.

Elder, Calvary Charismatic Centre, Kumasi.

Member of Council of Elders of FGBMFI, Ashanti.

Chairman of Counseling Committee, Kumasi chapter (FGBMFI).

Board Member, Haggai Leaders, Ghana

Kobina Essuman

Mr. Kobina Essuman

Kobina is an Architect by profession, who began his work life as a National Serviceman with the Department of Housing and Planning Research, KNUST, Kumasi. He has worked with the Architectural & Engineering Services Corporation (AESL), University of Education, Winneba and the Methodist University College, Ghana and had a stint at the KAAF University College. He is currently a Director of Alswel Academy, Winneba.

He is also an Ambassador of the FGBMFI, Ghana of which he has been a member for about 34 years

Millicent Orhin

Mrs Millicent Orhin

Millicent is an HR Professional with 28years work experience which began in the teaching field after her first degree in 1991 for eight years. Having acquired her Master’s degree in Business Administration in HRM in 2003, she worked with a multinational company-Affiliated Computer Services (ACS-A Xerox Company) till July 2013.

During this time with ACS, she received significant promotions by dint of her diligence at work from an HR Officer to the position of the HR Director. She is an experienced and skilled HR Professional who did an outstanding job in a unionized environment in all aspects of the employee life cycle from recruitment to exit.

As the HR lead for Ghana and South Africa, she directly managed an HR team for the Ghana Site and reported to the Vice President of HR for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) of ACS, A Xerox Company. Her exceptional abilities that helped reduced friction that would have heightened between employees and management earned her the respect of her superiors.

She was a valued and respected member of the Ghana leadership team for her honesty and integrity till July 2013 when she moved on to work with a private indigenous Ghanaian company-Fueltrade Limited as the head of HR.

She is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management and holds a Professional Certification (PHR) from the HR Certification Institute, USA.

Millicent is a member of the National Coordinating Team of the Ladies of the Fellowship (LOTF) of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International-Ghana and a Global Revival Ministry (GRM) Youth, Teens and Children’s ministry teacher. 

She is a member and resource person of Passion-Bearers Worldwide, a youth-focused outreach ministry championing sexual purity and youth development. She is also a resource person for Prisons and Schools Ministry.


Frank Turkson

Mr. Frank Turkson

Frank Turkson is a Chartered Accountant with thirty-five years of work experience in various accounting positions of which twenty-five years was managerial. Retired since 2017.

Peace Mamle Tetteh

Dr Mrs. Peace Mamle Tetteh

Mrs. Peace Mamle Tetteh

Peace Mamle Tetteh is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of sociology, School of Social Sciences, University of Ghana. Her Research Focuses mainly on the Sociology of Childhood, Gender and Sexuality, Women in Local Governance and Migration. She has published several peer-reviewed journal articles on child labour, child sexual abuse, child migrants, gender and work, adolescent reproductive health, and research ethics. She is the immediate past presiding member of the Lower Manya-Krobo Municipal Assembly from 2014 – 2016 after having served on the Interim Management Committee of the Assembly from 2012 – 2014. She is a Life Member of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International (FGBMFI) and is the Coordinator of the Ladies of the Fellowship (LoTF) – Airport View Chapter. She is a member of the Legon Interdenominational Church (LIC). She is married with three children.

Kobla Glymin

Mr. Kobla Glymin

Daniel Kobla Glymin is a lawyer by profession and an International Finance Corporation (IFC)-certified corporate governance trainer. He manages Glymin and Company a law firm in Accra and serves as a resource person for the Institute of Directors Ghana.

George Prah

Mr. George Prah

George Prah is the National President of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International in Ghana and also the Regional Vice President for Southern Africa for the Fellowship. 

His background is in International Finance and Banking. He is an Industrial Consultant with a vast experience in the Manufacturing Industry. He serves on the Boards of several companies and organizations in Ghana.



1.Prof. Stephen Adei
2.Justice Theodora Georgina Wood
3.Rev. Dr Joyce Aryee
4.Mr John Frimpong
5.Justice Samuel Marful Sau
6.Mrs Efua Ghartey
7.Justice Emil Short