The 2022 edition of the Miss Ghana UK pageant has unveiled 11 contestants who will be competing for the crown in September this year.
The young ladies who are in the medical field; medical students, nurses, pharmacists, social care, mental health, creative creators among others, were selected based on appearance, eloquence, composure, poise etc.
They are; Joycelin Akosua Serwaa Agyei-Kyem, 20 years, Beryl Daisy Kukuah Afful, 26, Eunice Maame Adwoa Boatemaa Adu-Poku, 26, Lourdes Nana Achiaa Agyeman, 21 and Yvette Abelle Abena Dede Tettey, 28.
The others are; 23 year-old Glenda Nana Adwoa Serwaa Gaspard, 20 year-old Esmeraldah Emaah Afiyoh Nague, Abigail Dodo Kabirou, 23, Manella Ann Awini, 26, Maddalena Happy Nana Yaa Nkansah, 22 and 23-year-old Margherita Melody Nana Adwoa Boatemaa Oppong.
Themed, “Empowering Young Women, 30 years of Miss Ghana UK the Yaa Asantewaa Edition”, the Miss Ghana UK focuses on Beauty, Elegance, Tradition, Culture, and Ambition.
The Co-Director of Miss Ghana UK, Ms Mavis Osei, in an interview said “we are looking forward to having a fantastic show for our 30th year.”
“We are introducing a number of new activities for the ladies which will be showcased on the night and throughout their journey. We took the ladies away for a retreat at the end of July, for the very first time, something that we’ve been trying to do for a while,” she added.
Miss Ghana UK is an annual prestigious beauty pageant in the UK and the longest-running Black and Ethnic minority pageant in the UK.
It is supported by Ghana High Commission UK and Ireland, Ministry of Tourism, Art and Culture (Ghana), Ghana Tourism Authority, Made in Ghana, Desire UK and Akwaaba UK.
Over the years, the event has established itself as a leading platform that promotes women’s empowerment and the beautiful country Ghana, by showcasing the rich Ghanaian Culture, Tradition, and Tourism to the rest of the world.
Source: Ghana News