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11.07.2012 General News

Central Region 'Ghana's Most Beautiful' introduced to her people

By GNA
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Bisease (C/R), July 11, GNA – Miss Hannah Ampoma Mensah, a 23-year-old student of the Institute of Professional Studies has been declared winner to represent the Central Region in the “Ghana Most Beautiful 2012”.

Her identification name is “Ama 1788”.
The organisers and promoters, TV3, officially introduced Ama 1788 to the chiefs and people of Ajumako Bisease in the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District of the Central Region at a grand durbar at Bisease, her hometown.

Ama 1788 was accompanied by her parents, Mr Justice Kojo Mensah and Margaret Yaayaa Mensah and other relations.

Mr Prince Darkey, Brand Manager and Miss Naa Klordey, presenters of the programme, officially introduced Ama to the people.

According to Mr Darkey similar durbars had been held in the Volta, Eastern, Ashanti, Brong Ahafo, Upper East, Upper West and Northern and that the main programme to select the winners out of the 10 Regions would start from five August to October 2012.

Ama 1788 expressed appreciation and gratitude for the massive turnout to welcome her and said her success so far was the work of the Almighty God and assured the people good Lord would continue to work for her to make her the overall winner to bring glory and honour to Central Region, the District and the people of Bisease.

Present was the Member of Parliament for the area, Mr Ato Forson who congratulated Ama 1788 for her success and appealed to the people of Central Region to support Ama by texting Ama 1788 to the sponsors to enable her come out of the competition with flying colours.

The Benkumhen of Bisease, Nana Kweku Bodaa IV was full of praises for Ama 1788 and advised the youth especially the girl-child to take inspiration from Ama 1788, learn hard and emulate her shining example.

Ama 1788 was given gifts including gold ornaments and clothes to enable her go through the competition and advised her to consult the traditional authorities for any advice and help when the need arises.

GNA

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