UK-Based Ghanaian, Dentaa Amoateng Returns To Nursing To Help Fight Coronavirus

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This is Dentaa Amoateng MBE

A well-known media personality in Ghana known widely known by her talk show “The Dentaa Show.”


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To most people, Dentaa is a media person who interviews celebrities and other personalities on her show.

Our background checks on her revealed that she also has a degree in paediatric nursing from the Buckinghamshire New University, according to Wikipedia.


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Dentaa has decided to put her degree to practice as the world fights coronavirus. This move has earned her applauds from Jon Benjamin.

The former British High Commissioner to Ghana took to his Twitter to commend Dentaa for her bravery. He described her move as outstanding, superb and humbling.


Enormous thanks & respect to my dear friend Dentaa Amoateng @Dentaa_show, queen of the British-Ghanaian community, who has voluntarily returned to her old job as a nurse at the Royal Free Hospital to treat #coronavirus patients. Outstanding, superb, humbling! #COVID19 #covid19UK

In her response to Jon’s tweet, she said “Thank you Jon! Trying to help as best I can! God protect all health professionals at this time!”

Dentaa awarded MBE

Dentaa was awarded the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) in Her Majesty The Queen; Elizabeth II’s 2016 Birthday Honors — a British order of chivalry, rewarding contributions to the arts and sciences, work with charitable and welfare organisations, and public service outside the civil service.


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