Says International Pupil Wins Miss Kidi Ghana 3

Michaela Nana Yaa Sarpong Akuoko


Fast growing first cycle institution, Says International School’s Michaela Nana Yaa Sarpong Akuoko (Grade 8) emerged tops in the recently held Miss Kidi Ghana Season 3 in Accra.

She demonstrated gross intelligence in all departments to win the ultimate in the finals at the Zenith University College auditorium.

She shrugged off stiff competition from from nine delegates to take home the crown, a sash, educational materials, products from sponsors and a ticket for an international trip.

Her excellent oratory won her the Miss eloquent prize, and she extended her dominance to the talent Miss talent category.

Following in first runner up position was Muntom Ninsaw Lucita a pupil of Ministry of health basic school, who also took home a special cash prize , educational materials, tablet and a sash.

Another Says International pupil, Valerie Malgor Nareyore clinched the third runner position.

She also received a sash and a special prize for their efforts.

The fun-filled event was juried by Nana Tiaah Ampem Darkoa I, Afua Asantewaa O Aduonum and musician Kwabena Kwabena, and grew keener when the ten delegates were trimmed to five.

Musical performances from Banzy Vanero the hossana hit maker and Truth Ofori and Daimond arts academy sent the jam-packed auditorium into frenzy.

CEO of ASKOF Productions Limited, organizers of the kids pageant, Afua Asantewaa O Aduonum in a post-event interview said ” It’s been a worthwhile competition, I congratulate all the ten delegates for making it thus far.

Their weeks of rehearsals have indeed paid off. I want to express my sincerest thanks to their parents and schools for making them available.

” Of course, this wouldn’t have been possible without the support of my hardworking and dedicated team-Eugene, Tanko, Chris, Eugene II, Ameley, Isaac and Kakel. We looking forward to a greater season 4.

” I have seen massive transformation from start till today, and that alone completes our joy and the reason to stay on this tangent to give more young girls the platform to express their God given talents.”

Few days after the event, the School hosted the proud winner and the two other delegates – Valerie Malgor and Li Diya to a grand ‘Homecoking’ at the forecourt of the school.

The headteacher of the school Isaac Korletey commended the three delegates highly for making themselves and the reputable school proud.

The event was sponsored by Mcberry Biscuits Flora Tissues Top Choco Angel Cola and Essential Cosmetics Patcy glam.