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We are a team of passionate individuals implementing highly efficient and effective frameworks for Africa’s healthcare systems. We are simply building Africa’s healthcare future.

At Africa Health Holdings Ltd. (AHH), we offer a variety of exciting and challenging careers across Africa and North America. We cultivate a work-environment that motivates our professionals of diverse backgrounds, to strive to exceed their expectations. We value team work and the enthusiasm to become a contributor to the development and success of local communities across Africa.

Our people are the bedrock of our success and we consider them the most important assets at AHH. Thus, we are very careful in selecting the members of our team. We focus on hiring individuals with intelligence, dedication, team spirit, integrity, a strong work ethic and the passion for social impact. We welcome the opportunity to discuss with talented professionals who have pertinent credentials and experience in healthcare, investments, consulting, client relations, accounting, legal, compliance, information technology, administrative support or other relevant areas.

AHH (and its affiliates, as well as its portfolio entities) is an equal employment opportunity employer and considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, ethnicity, creed, sex, age, national origin, citizenship status, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, partnership status, sexual orientation, status regarding public assistance, military or veteran status, domestic violence victim status, gender identity and expression, genetic information, status as unemployed, political affiliation or any other characteristic protected by law.

Number of Cities we are in (New York, Accra & Lagos)
Healthcare Facilities
14 Rabito Clinics, 1 MyCareMobile, 2 CarePoint Hospitals and 1 Nkwapa Lab
65% of entire workforce is female
510k +
Patients record
(203 staff of Rabito Clinic, 52 staff of CarePoint and 26 AHH staff)
Surgical Procedures
Community Outreach programs
Full-time staff
Across AHH group
Family planning
Patients counselled on family planning
Total patient count
3551 for CarePoint (3,032 Ojo and 519 for Egbeda).
10k +
Malaria cases treated
Training sessions
With traditional birth attendants

AHH Leadership Team

AHH, Chief Executive Officer

Sangu Delle, Esq.

Sangu Delle leads Africa Health Holdings (“AHH”) as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. He leads the global operations, spearheads fundraising and investor relations, heads AHH’s investment committee and oversees all global offices.

Prior to joining AHH, Sangu served from 2006 to 2017 as the Chief Executive Officer of Golden Palm Investments Corporation (“GPIC”), a venture capital firm he founded. GPIC has invested in some of the leading healthcare and technology companies on the continent including Andela, Flutterwave, mPharma, Reliance HMO, and Rabito Clinic Limited. GPIC portfolio companies have raised over $900 million in venture financing. Sangu has had previous work experience at Valiant Capital Partners, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs. Sangu serves on the Board of Directors and advisory boards of multiple global institutions, including AHH, mPharma, Andela, Harvard Medical School’s Global Health and Service Advisory Council, Harvard’s Center for African Studies, and Ashesi University. 

Sangu graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Highest Honors) in African Studies and Economics from Harvard College, a Master in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, a Master in International Human Rights Law from Oxford University, and a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School. He holds an executive education certificate in leadership from Oxford University’s Said School of Business. Sangu is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the District of Columbia. 

AHH, Global General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer

Erharuyi Idemudia, Esq.

Erharuyi Idemudia is the global general counsel and chief compliance officer of Africa Health Holdings Limited (“AHH” or the “Company”), a company building a high quality, effective and sustainable healthcare system for Africa, through strategic investments in healthcare-technology and acquisitions of healthcare facilities.

Erharuyi oversees AHH’s legal strategy, compliance, risk analysis, government relations, business integrity and corporate governance functions. He joined AHH at formation in 2017, as one of the Company’s founding members and serves as a director on the Company’s Board of Directors.

Prior to joining AHH, Erharuyi served, and continues to serve as a partner and global general counsel for one of Africa’s leading and most active venture capital firms, Golden Palm Investments Corporation (“GPIC”). In this role, he specializes in corporate governance matters and advises the company on internal private placement, portfolio management, as well as private equity & venture capital investments. Some of these investments include multiple financing rounds in several tech-enabled companies, including mPharma Data Inc., Andela, Flutterwave, Frontier Car Group, Sokowatch and Reliance HMO. Previous to GPIC, Erharuyi practiced commercial litigation for a law firm in New York City.

Erharuyi earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Legal Reasoning from the University of Texas at El Paso and a Juris Doctorate (JD) from the Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law, where he served as an Articles Editor of the Law Review.

AHH, Chief Growth Officer

Banguu Delle

Banguu Delle is the Chief Growth Officer of Africa Health Holdings (AHH). He oversees growth expansion, business development, and marketing across all AHH healthcare facilities. He is also responsible for expansions into new markets across Africa.  Banguu’s role extends to building and nurturing relationships and partnerships between AHH, its portfolio companies and external stakeholders. Banguu has extensive experience in operations, investments, and general business management. 

Prior to AHH, Banguu served as the Chief Operations Officer for Golden Palm Investments Corporation, where he oversaw and managed the company’s operations in Africa. He served on Investment Committee and had P&L responsibility for the Healthcare and Agribusiness divisions. Banguu also previously served as General Manager of Rabito Clinic Limited where he oversaw the expansion of the network of clinics to 17 clinics throughout Ghana. Prior to Rabito, Banguu worked at the National Bank of Canada and Altamira Investment Services where he was responsible for managing a CAD$50 million portfolio. Banguu serves on the Board of Directors of Rabito Clinic Limited, CarePoint Hospitals Limited, Golden Palm Investments Corporation, and Cleanacwa. 

Banguu graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Arts in Finance and International Economics. He holds certificates in Canadian Securities and Professional Financial Planning from the Canadian Securities Institution in Toronto, as well as certifications in Financial Markets from the Ghana Stock Exchange. He also earned an executive certificate in Business from Harvard Business School. Banguu pursued graduate studies for a Master in Business Administration at the London School of International Business. 

AHH, Chief Of Staff

Jude Adom Arthur

Adom Arthur is the Chief of Staff to the CEO of Africa Health Holdings. Adom is responsible for streamlining strategic initiatives, overseeing program management, and communicating objectives between departments. He oversees all strategic communication and the branding of AHH and all its healthcare facilities. Adom currently serves as Secretary to the Board of Directors of Africa Health Holdings and Rabito Clinic Limited. 

Prior to AHH, Adom spent 7 years working in international development and advertising with functions spanning marketing strategy and planning, brand development and design, public relations, communications, media strategy and digital advertising. As Director of Marketing and Fundraising for Cleanacwa, an international non-profit in the Water Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) sector, Adom worked closely with government organizations, NGOs, charities and other stakeholders in the WASH sector. He established global partnerships with many institutions of higher learning including Harvard University, Ashesi University and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He also led fundraising activities that helped raise over $200,000 for water and sanitation projects. 

Adom obtained a Bachelor of Science (BSc.) degree in Business Management (Logistics and Operations) from Cardiff University, UK, and a Master of Science (MSc.) degree in Marketing Management from Aston University. He also has a CIPS Level 6 graduate diploma from Cardiff University in Purchasing & Supply from the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply. 

Edwina Amofa Baafi

AHH, Head, Finance

Edwina Amofa Baafi

Edwina Amofa Baafi is the Head of Finance at Africa Health Holdings and overseas the finance department at Rabito Clinic Limited.

A professional with extensive experience in managing organizations in Manufacturing, Agriculture, Financial Services, Health Services, and Real Estate Industries. Edwina has been highly successful in helping define company direction, achieving goals, and optimizing business potential. In her 12 years of experience, she has worked with firms such as Dalex capital, Golden palm investments, Baron Water House, Sinel Specialist Hospital, Controller and Accountant General’s department and the Ghana Audit Services 

She holds a Master’s Degree in Accounting and Finance from the Birmingham City University United Kingdom and is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants in the UK.

AHH, Head, Human Resources

Medinah Egbeoluwa

Medinah Egbeoluwa is the Head of Human Resources for Africa Health Holdings “AHH”. She is responsible for the Strategic planning and implementation of all HR projects and initiatives across various business units within the firm. She oversees manpower planning, strategic staffing, and all retention strategies across all AHH division; at the corporate offices and healthcare facilities within Sub-Sahara Africa. Medinah also currently serves as a secretary to the Compliance Committee at Africa Health Holdings.

Prior to AHH which she joined as Head of HR in 2017, Medinah had spent 7 years working as a leader in the HR profession. With her passion for improving lives at the individual level, it was natural for her to be a leader within Human Resources. Her undergrad and graduate education focused on effective talent management in real world settings. Since then, Medinah’s professional career has been focused on building an HR career through effective talent management. She has worked with various industries for a period of 10 years, where she has faced and tackled grass roots employee issues.  

Medinah obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (B.Sc.) from the University of Lagos, Nigeria in 2007. She also obtained her Master’s degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Bradford, United Kingdom in 2010. Medinah is currently enrolled for an Executive Education program at the Wharton School where she is taking courses in Human Resource Management and Analytics. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, United Kingdom.

AHH, Head, Quality & Compliance

Odunayo Olomolehin

Odunayo Olomolehin is the Head of Quality and Compliance for Africa Health Holdings. She oversees and ensures the compliance of all AHH facilities with the country’s health regulatory policies and standards. She is responsible for of the development and implementation of strategies to improve the quality of service, conducting inspections and audits to monitor the implementation of standard operating protocols in all AHH facilities and overseeing customer satisfaction.

Prior to her role at AHH, Odunayo has worked as a Nurse and facilitator in several hospitals and outreach projects. Passionate about the strengthening and improving the health care system in Africa, in 2015, she worked as an Analyst and Quality Officer on a project with an NGO, assisting 55 private health facilities in Lagos to improve the Quality of care provided, using the Safe Care quality improvement tool. She also worked briefly at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital in 2009.

Odunayo is a licensed Midwife in Nigeria and licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in Texas, United States of America. She is a member of the International Society of Quality in Healthcare (ISQUA) and a certified Level 3 trainer from the International Accreditation in Delivering Training (IADT) from TQ United Kingdom. 

Odunayo obtained her general training in the School of Nursing, Lagos University Teaching Hospital and became a registered Nurse in Nigeria in 2009. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing Science from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology and a Master’s degree in Public Health from the same institution where she majored in Health Management. 

AHH, Head, Information & Technology

Patrick Dasoberi

Patrick Dasoberi is the Chief Technology Officer of Africa Health Holdings (AHH), he is also the head of technology initiatives in the organization and a high impact Technology Educator as well. Patrick has built an admirable career spanning over 25 years of working experience in Development Methodologies in the IT industry. 

Prior to joining AHH, he won the University of West Of England Business Plan competition in the social enterprise category (UK) in 2006 and received the First Prize of the 2006 UWE Elevator Pitch Competition (UK). These awards opened doors for him to work in different positions as a director of IT, implementing student advisory system for the university.

Patrick holds various certifications including a Master’s Degree in Information Technology from the University of West of England, UK. He is also a Certified Information System Auditor (CISA), USA; Institute for the Management of Information Systems (IMIS), UK; and a product of University of Ghana, Legon-Accra where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree in Administration (Accounting and Economics).

AHH, Head, Administration

Bright Gbeku

Bright Gameli Gbeku oversees and manages all administrative staff across AHH corporate office and health facilities in Ghana. He is responsible for improving processes and policies whilst leading long term organizational planning.

Prior to joining AHH, Bright worked as various Administrative Manager and Associate capacities at Golden Palm Investments Ghana Ltd, Rabito Clinic, where he managed and supervised the erstwhile 27 branches and Bolgatanga Regional Hospital.

Bright obtained a BA (HONS) in Political Science and History from the University of Ghana-Legon, an MA in Local Government Administration and Organization. He is currently pursuing an LLB in Law.

Barikisu Muntari-Sumara

AHH, Senior Associate, Business Development & Marketing (Ghana)

Barikisu Muntari-Sumara

Barikisu Muntari- Sumara is the Senior Business Development Associate at Africa Health Holdings (AHH). She joined AHH in 2017 as a Business Development Associate and was later promoted to a senior position. She oversees the business development and marketing efforts of AHH’s operations in Ghana through the healthcare asset; Rabito Clinic Limited and all its initiatives. This involves driving in new businesses, fostering and forging business relationships through strategic partnerships, enhancing patient experience through continuous client engagement and quality assurance, and assisting with expansion plans. To help drive the organizational goals forward, Barikisu heads a team of three (3) marketing officers, and works closely with the Chief Executive Officer, Operations Manager, and other departmental heads of Rabito Clinic Limited on different projects and requirements. Team collaboration is key in the work that she does. 

Before joining AHH, Barikisu worked as an Investment Analyst for Golden Palm Investment Corporation. She joined Golden Palm Investments Corporation with over 4 years of seasonal internship experience from varied industries including, Banking, Human Resource and Academia. Her role involved all aspects of the investment process, including idea generation, deal sourcing, detailed financial modeling, industry research and more, to aid investment decisions

Barikisu holds a B.Sc in Business Administration from Ashesi University where she graduated in 2015 as a MasterCard Foundation Scholar. She later pursued an Executive Business course with HBS Online, focused on Business Analytics, Economics for Managers and Financial Accounting. She has completed a certification workshop training program with TLCom Capital LLP on Venture Capital management. While at Ashesi University, she emerged winner of Ashesi’s maiden edition of its Personal Branding competition in 2015.

AHH, Senior Associate, Business Development & Marketing (Nigeria)

Adesegun Damazio

Adesegun supervises business operations, client onboarding, brand communications and marketing engagements at AHH Nigeria.

Prior to joining AHH, he had worked in the clinical health, brand consulting and health insurance sectors, where he handled strategic duties traversing patient management, business development, project planning, strategy, brand marketing and communications, stakeholder engagement and general operations.

 He holds a Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos and has practised at private, state and federal hospitals across the country. He is also a volunteer Consultant at Illumania, an educational and business consulting hub based in Lagos, Nigeria.

AHH, Senior Investment Associate

Olabamiji Alajiki

Olabamiji Alajiki leads healthcare investments across Africa, specifically Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya. He also oversees merger and acquisition strategy, portfolio management, and investor reporting at Africa Health Holdings.

Prior to joining AHH, he worked as a Senior Associate in the Deal Advisory Unit at KPMG, where he was responsible for executing various merger and acquisition transactions across Africa in sectors including Financial Services, Consumer Markets, Healthcare and Energy. Olabamiji started his career as an Analyst in the Audit and Assurance Division at KPMG.

He holds a B.Sc. in Accounting from Babcock University and is a qualified member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants, United Kingdom (ACCA).


Karen Hendrickson

Karen Hendrickson is the Chief Executive Officer of the Rabito Clinic Ltd. She is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the existing 17 branches and leading the Company to meet its financial and business key performance indicators while expanding the company’s network of clinics and adding new business lines within the healthcare space.

Prior to joining Rabito Clinic Ltd, Karen worked from 2012 as the Chief Operations Officer of MED-X Health Systems Limited, a private commercial health insurance company responsible for all operational activities relating to Finance, Sales & Marketing, Medical Services, and Administration.  During that period Karen also served for 6 years as Deputy Chairman on the inaugural Ghana Grains council a public-private commodity warehouse receipt program designed to improve post-harvest storage of grains in Ghana.  During her tenure, she oversaw the program from concept to inception.  Karen is currently an Executive Board member of an NGO (CHF Ghana), which has raised over US$2,000,000 over the past 10 years to pay for open-heart surgeries of 220 underprivileged children in Ghana.  Prior to moving to Ghana, Karen held the role of Senior Vice President in the HSBC Private Client Division responsible for client portfolios of US$50 million.

Karen obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration & Master of Business Administration from Acadia University – Canada.  She also holds certificates from; the New York Institute of Finance (securities Industry) series 5 and 7; Financial Selling systems (Part 1, 2 & 3), and Credit risk management.