Rebecca Kwabi Is Miss Ghana 2019

Ministers and other queens joined Rebecca Kwabi (seated) and her runners-up on stage      

Rebecca Nana Adwoa Kwabi, a 26-year-old fashion student of the Maureen Signature Institute, is the proud winner of Miss Ghana 2019.

She beat competition from 18 other beautiful contestants in the highly contested Saturday night event to win the coveted title of Miss Ghana 2019.

This year’s Miss Ghana was held at the plush Kenmpinski Gold Coast in an atmosphere of splendour and was witnessed by Miss World organiser, Julia Morley, Miss World 2018 Vanessa Pounce de Leon, Minister of Tourism Arts & Culture, Barbara Oteng Gyasi, Minister of Gender, Children & Social Protection, Cynthia Morrison and a host of others.

Rebecca also won miss fitness, photogenic, best skin and top model awards in addition to winning the crown.

As part of her prize package, she was presented with a Hyundai official car and also has an opportunity to represent Ghana at the Miss World pageant. She will also be volunteering with Exclusive Events Ghana for a year in addition to a monthly allowance of GH¢ 1,000.

“I chose to be part of the revered Miss Ghana brand because I genuinely believe that over the years, it has been the quintessential springboard most beautiful and ambitious young women ride on to cut their teeth in becoming women of substance,” Rebecca Kwabi, who is a twin, said about taking part in the pageant.

Sarah Odei Amoani, a 22-year-old law student at the University of Professional Studies (UPSA), who is also a talent development and career guidance coach, placed first.

Deborah Opoku Sarfo, a 23-year-old purchase and supply graduate of the Koforidua Technical University, placed second.

They both received Hyundai Grand i10 official cars each and will also be volunteering with Exclusive Events Ghana and Miss Ghana Foundation for a year.

The 2019 Miss Ghana pageant was hosted by Emmanuel Edem Smith, Ato Ghartey, Kafui Dey and Karley Mettle Addo.  Judges for the event were Sandra Amponsah Ayivor, Albert Kwabena Dwumfour, Akumaa Mama Zimbi, Prince Etornam Attipoe, Inna Patty and Nina Atalah.

Okyeame Kwame performed his ‘Made In Ghana’ song to usher in the contestants on stage. There were cultural performances from the National Dance Ensemble.

Inna Patty, who is the CEO of Exclusive Events Ghana, congratulated everyone who supported the event to make it a success.

Among guests who attended the ceremony were Miss World Africa 2018/ Miss Uganda 2018 Quinn Abenakyo Abenakyo Brenda Nanyonjo (franchise holder of Miss World Uganda/organisers of Miss Uganda beauty pageant), Anita Ukah (Miss World Nigeria 2018), Aramide Lopez (Miss World Nigeria 1st runner-up), Miss Togo 2018 winner and runner-up along with their manager, Mr. Kenvie.

Guy Murray-Bruce (Miss World Nigeria licence holder) and actress Nadia Buari were all present.