The search for a worthy delegate to represent Ghana at this year’s Miss Universe international pageant will hit an exciting climax on Saturday, September 15, when 10 beauties mount the stage at the five-star Labadi Beach Hotel to contest for the ultimate Miss Universe Ghana crown.
The current franchise holder and organizer of the show, Menaye Donkor, who is also a former winner of the competition, says her team at Maltz Promotions, the organising company, are set to serve patrons with the most entertaining edition so far in the history of the Miss Universe Ghana pageant.
Saturday’s event will be a cocktail of music, talent displays, intellectual contest, strutting plus a total exhibition of pure beauty brewed right here in Ghana.
One of the highest flying artistes in Ghana today, King Promise and ever rising dainty diva, Adina will be on stage to make the patrons shake their bodies and move their feet to some fine music. Miss Universe Ghana 2018, which starts at 7pm sharp, will be live on Joy Prime TV.
Each of the 10 finalists, will represent one of the 10 regions of Ghana in various ways while displaying their individual poise, confidence, intelligence and eloquence. They will also be required to show clearly that they are well-mannered and cultured to reflect the qualities of a true Ghanaian lady.
Michealina Mary Stampoulous Dankwa will represent the Ashanti Region. She is 20 years old and a level 400 student of GH Media School. The Brong Ahafo Region will be represented by Akpene Diata Hoggar, who is a model, blogger and entrepreneur and also aspires to become a global change agent.
For the Central Region, we have Pascalina Nuamah Yeboah, 24, a Diplomate in Basic Education (French option) from the Mount Mary College of Education. Daisy Obeng Nkansah, 24, who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from KNUST, will contest on the ticket of the Eastern Region while Gifty Nyamekye Quansah flies on the wings of the Greater Accra Region.
The Northern Regional delegate is Anita Sampana, 25, a university graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Biology. Naa Yemotiokor Odoi, a 23-year-old past student of the School of Social work will represent the Upper East Region. For the Upper West Region, we have Silvia Naa Morkor Commodore, a second-year Radford University College student studying Business Administration.
The Volta Region has Regina Afiba Dadzie, 21, a former student of Alliance Française and currently the Human Resource Officer for the Models Artistic Alliance Organisation. Vanessa Tekor Akuetteh, a budding paralegal and a model will mount the stage on behalf of the Western Region.
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