Dr Jermaine Bamfo is a qualified medical doctor. He holds a first class Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Liverpool, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychiatry & Mental Health from Queens University Belfast, as well as twin degrees of Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery from Imperial College London. He has successfully completed two years of medical foundation training in Northern Ireland.
A freelance artist designer & photographer, Jermaine is involved in the creation & daily running of multiple social media outlets, while his artwork has been recognised by celebrities such as Meagan Good & Tinie Tempah.
A fierce proponent for the forward progression of Ghana and the burgeoning responsibility for today’s Ghanaian youth, he is passionate about improving communities in the UK and Ghana, and spotlighting young Ghanaians making an impact in these communities. Jermaine is a regular long-time contributor to the Me Firi Ghana Blog and is also the PR & Communications Officer for the GUBA Foundation, taking a prominent role in the ‘Closing The Gap’ project aiming to reduce infant mortality in Ghana and the UK.