Our Team

Bobby, as he prefers to be addressed, considers books as best friends that help you acquire enormous tools for thinking, also knowledge and wisdom with which to navigate the world. As a teacher himself in various teaching capacities in secondary schools, inservice training in insurance, and hobby photography, there is plenty to draw on.Currently retired, he intends to devote his life and leisure to the course of Otinkorama Memorial Foundation that has been at the centre of his wish to throw something back into society.

He has a passion for lending a hand and encouragement to the needy and financially disadvantaged. His hobbies include reading philosophy and walking. In his youth he played hockey and basketball. He has represented Greater Accra in basketball at the national day games and one of the first wave to be called to the Ghana National basketball team. He holds a BA(Ed) from the University of Cape Coast.

He draws enormously from his lifetime experiences living in Ghana, The UK and elsewhere.

Mansa graduated from the University of Warwick in 2006 with an LLB degree, with honours. She then undertook the Legal Practice Course at The College of Law in London (currently University of law) in 2007 and graduated with a Post-graduate Diploma in Law. Mansa holds an LLM degree from the University College London, where she studied Banking and Insurance Law, World Trade and International Human Rights. Mansa has worked as a solicitor in several practice areas over the past six years in the United Kingdom, including family law, residential & commercial property transactions, litigation, immigration, mental health law and probate matters. She was called to the Ghana Bar in 2016 and is also a Solicitor in England and Wales.

Mansa has a keen interest in charitable causes and supports various charities in Ghana such as the Willing Hands Foundation, a Christian non-governmental organisation whose objective is to promote good health to people and communities and GapBuster Ghana, a charity committed to promoting higher levels of achievement for socio-economic disadvantaged students through supplemental education, enrichment programs and leadership development training. She serves as a board member of both charities.

Having worked as a mental health lawyer for five years, Mansa likes to devote her time to causes which seek to promote health and wellbeing. She volunteers her time and knowledge to Bisa, a charity that uses technology to promote access to healthcare practitioners through the use of a mobile phone.

She brings to the Foundation not only her legal expertise but her enthusiasm to contribute her quota to the promotion and enhancement of education in communities in her country.

Mr. Charles Kweku Sagoe, was born in Cape Coast on 13th December 1950. After initial schooling in the UK, he attended Accra Academy from 1963 to 1970. He proceeded to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and obtained his Bsc. Degree in Land Economy in 1974. He was elected Professional Member of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors (GhIS) in 1977 and was elevated to the Class of Fellow in 1989. He is a past president of that great institution, a member of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIS) and is a past Second Vice President of the Ghana Association of Consultants (GAC). He was a member of the National Valuation Technical Committee and Greater Accra Regional Lands Commission. He was also an Assessor of the Commercial Court and has received training in Court Connected Alternative Dispute Resolution (CCADR) from the Judicial Training Institute.

Mr Sagoe is the Principal Consultant of Seguconsult Ltd, Valuation Surveyors, Real Estate Brokers and Managers, Planning and Development Consultants. He has had rich and varied experience as a Valuer, Estate Management Consultant dealing with all aspects of matters relating to moveable and immovable property for over forty-four (44) years including valuation for multifarious purposes, ensuring proper documentation and recording, arranging and negotiating leases and lease renewals, promoting proper maintenance of property, advising on improvements, urban renewal and redevelopment, sales and letting, land acquisitions of all kinds, feasibility and viability appraisal of proposed projects, management of development schemes and planning and development issues.

He has also been actively engaged in Environmental impact Concerns and Resettlement Schemes. Mr Charles Kweku Sagoe is married with five (5) children. He enjoys his tennis, quality time with his family, the company of friends and “La Vita Dolce”