Entertainment Sun, 30 Jul 2017

Miss Universe Ghana pageant unveils top 12 finalist

This year’s top 12 finalists of Miss Universe have finally been unveiled and it doesn’t disappoint with many of the contestants already involved in philanthropy work prior to entering the contest.

The five judges who are to be revealed soon are going to have a hard time deciding who could win the converted title of the much anticipated Miss Universe Ghana pageant; headed by ‘New Captain’, and previous title holder, Mrs. Menaye Donkor-Muntari.

The new Miss Universe Ghana beauty pageant is being hailed as the elite in pageantry and boasts the best and brightest of Ghana’s hopeful young women.

The Miss Universe process has been carefully designed to diligently seek out a winner, who best embodies Miss Universe Ghana ethos.

Miss Universe Ghana’s process application is meticulous and has selected its top 12 finalists who are now in the race towards being a representative for their regions.

The final selection of ladies representing Ashanti region are physician assistant Akyere Gladys Rockson, a graduate of Yaa Asantewaa Girls and Student Nana Ama Agyekum. Representing Brong Ahafo region is Peggy Boateng a final year undergraduate student of University of Ghana.

Representing Central region are Ruth Quashie a Business graduate student from University of Ghana and Hephie Armah final year student at GIJ, Ghana Institute of Journalism.

Representing Eastern region is Nadia Sarbah Bachelor of Arts. Representing Greater Accra region is Sefakor Esinam Ahiave, a BSc graduate of KNUST, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

Representing Northern Region is Loretta Doe Lawson, a model.

Representing Upper East region is Nura Ladi Mohammed, a student at GIMPA, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration.

Representing Upper West region is Emily Randolph, BA Journalism student at GIJ, Ghana Institute of Journalism.

Representing Volta region is Cindy Emefa Coffe, a BA Architecture graduate student of Wellesley College (Boston). Representing Western region is Sylvia Ama Owusu, a Political Science and English Language graduate of the University of Ghana.

Philanthropist and entrepreneur Menaye Donkor-Muntari states, “I am honoured to be the New National Director, because platforms like this gives us the opportunity to shine the spot light on the standard and talent of young Ghanaian women in today’s society “

The grand finale is scheduled for saturday September 2nd on GHOne TV.

Source: Moritz Garbrah Yankah