Madam Dado won the award during the 30th International Day celebration for midwives on Wednesday May 5 at the Keta Nurses Midwifery Training College in the Keta Municipality.
Agbotadua Kumasa, chairman of the occasion who doubled as the spokesman for the Anlo traditional council and Torgbi Sri lll in his remarks said, the occasion was a successful program.
He congratulated all nurses and midwives for their hard work.
Agbotadua Kumasa stated that, everyone should give much respect to midwives because without them most of us would not have been alive today.
He also advised the health workers to continue with their good works and make sure they perform their duties accordingly.
Dr Banabas Yeboah who represented the Health Minister, Mr Kwaku Agyeman-Manu in his speech disclosed that, midwives play vital roles in Ghana’s population and there was the need for them to be celebrated.
He said, government will do its possible best to make sure midwives work with ease after expressing his profound gratitude to them.
Mr Robert Adatsi, the Deputy Volta Regional Director in charge of clinics added that, all midwives should be proud of themselves and work with all their effort to help Mother Ghana.
Other award winners during the occasion include;
1.Rosemary Delali Gavor-best midwife of Ashanti region.
2.Judith Akua Bossoh-best midwife of Ahafo region
3.Agbele Selorm Annie-best midwife of Oti region
4.Gladys Adzamashie-best midwife of Easten region
5.Geogina Mwaade-best midwife of Savannah region
6.Francisca Anning-best midwife of Upper East region
7.Shahabu Mariam -best midwife of Northern region
8.Patricia Naa-best midwife of Upper West region
9.Gifty Kissi-best midwife of Central region
10.Vivian Asigbetse-best midwife of North East region
11.Miriam Appiah-Kubi- best midwife of Bono region
12.Happiness Martey-best midwife of Greater Accra region
13.Felicia Dapaah Tawia-best midwife of Bono East region
14.Selina Kumi Henaku-best midwife of Western region
15.Mercy Coffee-Western North region
Madam Anita-chrysolte Kubi Appiah has been awarded the best midwife of Komfo Anokye Teaching hospital whilst madam Paulina Boatemaa Gyamerah has been the best midwife of Tamale Teaching hospital.
They promised to hold fast to their works in developing the country for the unborn.
Other dignitaries present at the ceremony include, Togbi Goka ll of Anloga, Togbi Dallah Avege lll,Mama Wui Amegashie of Keta and heads of departments, nurses among others.