The Nekotech Center of Labour Migration Diplomacy is a multiple award-winning center located in Ada, Ghana. The 8000-square-foot center was co-founded in 1998 by US Mega Entertainer, the late Sir Isaac Hayes a.k.a. Nene (Chief/King) Katey Ocansey of Development of Ada (1992–2008) and H.E. Rev. Dr. A.K. Ocansey, a world-renowned Princess from the Ocansey Royal Family of Ada, Ghana. The center opened in July 2000, with the then UN Secretary General, the late H.E. Kofi Annan, as special guest, amid several US celebrities and national ministers of state. The center is renowned for its job-readiness and migrant pre-departure training programs as well as award-winning training and certification for maids and cleaners, moving them from low-skilled to semi-skilled workers, enabling them to perform with excellence on their work. Its humanitarian projects such as the Angels of Hope – AIDS Orphan Support initiatives, with the kind support of Practical Employee Solutions of Texas, USA. The Nekotech Center for Labour Migration Diplomacy undertakes key governmental migration consultancy projects, including sending and receiving countries’ diplomatic relations management and workers preparation for successful migration.