Criteria for Nomination

  1. A registered member of GRNMA with valid PIN and a Police Nurse/Midwife
  2. A minimum of 10 years working experience
  3. A minimum of 2 years unit leadership at a Police facility
  4. Evidence of transformational leadership during tenure
  5. Evidence tangible achievement during service provision
  6. Evidence of mentorship and succession planning
  7. Evidence of contribution to policy/relevant documents/decisions/initiatives
  8. Evidence of serving on committees/boards
  9. Evidence of attendance/presentation at seminars/symposia/conferences


Short Bio of Chief Sup. Marufatu Essie Braimah (Rtd)

She worked as a nurse/midwife for 35yrs in total but was a Police midwife for 28yrs. After her State Registered Nursing training in1985, she trained as a midwife in 1987. Subsequently she had her first degree in Nursing with Psychology in 2004 after which she had her Masters in Public Health in 2008. She rose through the ranks from Police Sergeant to Chief Superintendent of Police and served as the Director Nursing Services of Police Hospital, Accra, from 2016 to 2020. The Police Service took her to countries such as Sudan and Liberia as part of peace keeping police contingent. In Liberia, she served the contingent commander in 2014-2014. During her service as the Executive ward in charge, she groomed the staff in excellent customer care, instituted client teaching, and ensured discipline and hard work among the staff. During her tenure as the Director of Nursing, she instituted supportive supervision, enhanced renewal of PIN, developed standard operating procedures with her ward managers, actively engaged in service training and preceptorship of students. Her supervision led to zero maternal mortality in 2017 and 2019 at the Police Hospital. She is a member of GRNMA and Public Health Nurses Group where served as PRO for Greater Accra Region (2010-2012). She was a strong advocate for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with support from the Ghana Police Service.