GIJ Student Wins 2021 Edition Of Miss International Ghana
4 Contestants get Trips to Dubai to Attend The World Expo 2021.
A Level 100 Student of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), Miss Adiza Shaibu Addo, has been crowned as Miss International Ghana 2021. This year’s delegates presented heartwarming messages and impactful projects to the admiration of everyone present and online audience who monitored the event through Facebook live feed and on television.
The focus of the project based pageant is to allow more young people to serve humanity and impact their communities with their beauty and intelligence.
The contestants – Young people, were given the opportunity to make a difference in their communities and provide support to orphans at the Christ Faith Foster Home, Frafraha and Nyame Dua Orphanage at Nana Krom. The young people who needed a new direction to positive involvement in problem solving and a new lens about themselves as well as their possibilities to drive change in their communities. The Miss International Ghana pageant is one such event that is doing exactly so for the Young Ladies.
One thing that was so special about this year’s event was the pre-event activities where contestants were taken through a workshop on ‘Getting Tomorrow Ready’, they were mentored and were each made to adopt an orphan to mentor and support with educational materials and food at the Christ Faith Foster Home, Frafraha. The project was a way of looking at how young ladies can support and deepen their Humanitarian Services towards the plight of the less privileged children.
The winner and her three runners up will have a vacation trip to Dubai sponsored by the organisers to attend the third biggest Global event, ‘the world trade Expo 2021’. All contestants were presented with very rich hampers.
The Winner was award a trip to Dubai, a fridge and monthly allowance for 1 year. Miss Michael Ama Wekem popularly known as Mimi of Alliance Franchise emerged the 1st Runner Up and was also awarded a vacation trip to Dubai and a paid-up 3days online international workshop on the road to success. Miss Joy Bless Ahli-Ayao of Doxa Open University was crowned the 2nd Runner Up and was also awarded a trip to Dubai. Miss peace Angeley Anyetei of Komenda College of Education was awarded 3rd Runner Up and was also awarded a trip to Dubai. Miss Naomi AKpabli of Blue Afrique Agency was also awarded GHs 2,000.00 prize package while miss Seraphina Ama Kpenu and Miss Rolanda Clement walked away with GHs1,000.00 and GHs350.00 Cedis respectively.
Other Awards and titles were as follows:
Miss Beauty with a purpose – Miss Ahli -Ayao Joy Bless.
Miss Popularity – Miss Michael Ama wekem
Miss Photogenic – Miss Michael Ama wekem
Miss Elegance – Miss Adiza Shaibu
Miss personality – Miss Peace Angeley Anyetei.
Top Model – Miss Adiza Shaibu Addo
Miss Talent – Miss Adiza Shaibu Addo
Miss Eloquence – Miss Peace Anyeley Anyetei
Most Disciplined – Miss Naomi AKpabli
Most Fashionable – Miss Adiza Shaibu Addo
Best Evening wear – Miss Ahli -Ayao Joy Bless.
Best Swimmer – Miss Seraphina Ama Kpenu
The night also witnessed the honouring of Mrs Irene Serwah Ofori of Newmont Ghana and Mr. Prince Frimpong Obuobi, the Managing Director (MD) of Compuville Systems Ltd as this year’s MIG National Gold Benefactors. Mrs. Serwah Ofori was a Facilitator at this year’s Workshop and the official Mentor for the Delegates.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Miss International Organization, Mr Henry Morgan Minski, say the organizers believe Ghana needs to empower more young people to participate in community development, learn to be patriotic, learn employable skills outside the classroom to compliment school work and develop the spirit of serving humanity.
“We believe we need to raise generations of young people especially girls who will pursue healthy competitions, acquire practical life skills, knowledge and be empowered in their chosen fields to escape poverty and be job and leadership ready,” stated Mr Sam Adams who is the Chief Operating Officer of the Awards.
He advised that there is a crucial need for “inclusive support to ensure young girls continue to amplify efforts collectively and individually to make a difference in their communities. Young people were on the “frontlines of the struggle to build a better Ghana for and all we need is to include them in addressing our challenges and solving our problems. Let us guarantee them a seat at the table as we build a Ghana based on inclusive, fair, and sustainable development for all,” he added, while emphasizing that the need to give voices to girls to make decent living and take enormous pride in themselves, and to make a difference in their respective communities.
This year’s Miss International Ghana was supported by Mrs Irene Serwah Ofori, Mrs Angelina Diyuoh Minski, Compuville Systems and Thea Villa hotel. Other supporters include Adansi Travels.
Miss International Ghana 2021 was powered by the Miss International Ghana Organisation.