She rose to prominence as Chairwoman from the Convention People’s Party and was the first girl to chair among Ghana’s main political celebrations. She was a loan provider clerk with the lender of India’s London head office and pursued a journalism profession for a while with Egyptian paper Al-Ahram. She was hailed as “the brand new Mandela” with the Huffington Post upon her historical 2008 election. Her dad was Ghana’s initial leader, Kwame Nkrumah, and her mom, Fathia Rizk, was Egyptian. She fulfilled with previous U.S. leader Bill Clinton on the XII Globe Summit of Nobel Tranquility Laureates in 2012.