Local Dishes Served in Northern Ghana | Getty’s Kitchen Moments During Lockdown

If there is one thing, we all can and could learn from Mrs. Gertrude is her ability to find the time and do things that she is passionate about. Yes, finding time to engage in things you are passionate about these days seems very hard, aside from work, most young people are robbed into their mobile phone screens and spend precious hours on social media.

Well others, just love to keep up with relationship problems and fantasies, if it is not ”Men being disrespectful to their wives/girlfriend” then it is ” Men not being romantic and stingy”

Mrs. Gerty is a mother of 3 handsome but troublesome sons, a banker and business woman, so one would ask how does she do all these.

The answer is simple, she loves to learn, she is a continuous and everyday learner and this makes her super smart. Heyy and did I mention she loves babies, oh yeah she does. I am pretty she will open a babysitting nursery home when she retires.

One can learn a lot of life lessons just by following Getty Kasei Kunde-Kwallinjam daily posts.No! She doesn’t post motivational stuff, she just lives. If you can empty your mind, and get in touch with your consciousness, I guarantee you will understand her life lessons

Below are some of her kitchen moments during the covid19 lockdown

Gertrude Kasei Kunde-Kwallinjam is a renowned banker and the founder of Smockyworld, she is the Northern Regional Sales and Services Manager for Fidelity Bank Ghana and takes charge of all the bank’s branches and agents in the Brong Ahafo, Northern, Upper East, and Upper West Regions.

Gertrude also holds a Commonwealth Executive MBA certificate from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and is a product of the University of Ghana, where she studied Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology between 2002 and 2006.

Her company SmockyWorld was adjudged the Start-Up Brand of the Year at the third edition of the Ghana Business Awards (GBA) which came off last week at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra. In all, it was nominated in four categories among some heavyweights in business for this year’s event.

The categories were the Promising Company of the Year, Emerging Brand of the Year, Fashion and Lifestyle Company of the Year, and Start-Up Brand of the Year.

Smockyorld in collaboration with its partners in various businesses and endeavors, friends, and well-wishers as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has fed over 1,000 inmates of ten orphanages as well as making huge donations to these establishments.

The gesture forms part of the company’s 5th Anniversary of to giving back to society under the theme “Bringing the Festive Cheer to 10 Orphanages in Ghana”.

“This year’s, benevolence was done in other regions with support from our partners who came on board. We visited 10 orphanages in three regions to touch lives”. She disclosed adding that the happiness of the inmates is paramount to her outfit and their partners.

“We also distributed face masks and sanitizers to over 1000 market women as helping society in the fight against the novel  coronavirus” – Mrs. Gertrude Kunde Kwallinjam

In the last five years, Smockyworld led donations to the Nazareth Children’s Home at Sang in the Mion District, Children’s Ward of Tamale Teaching Hospital, Dr. Abdullai’s Hospital in Tamale.

Exactly a year ago, Smockyworld together with its partners, fed thousands of children made up of three orphanages and street children at the Tamale Jubilee Park, as part of efforts to give back to society.

SmockyWorld makes quality hand woven Smock fabric, and also ready to wear apparels made from the Smock fabrics. We are dedicated to providing an ensemble of fashion items to clients from all over the world that will enable them to connect to rich Ghanaian (northern) history, make meaningful use of their own unique and modern tastes for fashion, and feel high self-confidence when they appear in any sociable environment.

“Each smock has its own story as they were uniquely made for Chiefs (the ruling class/elite).

Again, each smock has both cultural and historical symbolism attached to it. Therefore, when one wears a smock it is worth knowing a little bit about its history; for instance, to whom it was made for and why it was made,”

Mrs Gertrude Kunde Kwallinjam, founder of SmockyWorld

Through the indigenous smock fabrics, Smockyworld provides the unique opportunity for its clients all over the world to connect with the rich Ghanaian (Northern) history in unique and modern fashion designs to enable them to express their distinctive identity by connecting their past heritage with modernity. This nouveau fashion style has caught on around the nation and influenced many other brands.

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