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TIME WITH THE UNITED QUEENS OF GHANA’S MOST BEAUTIFUL

Since its inception in 2007, TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful has produced almost about one hundred and sixty-four (164) young ladies from its prestigious platform to serve their communities in diverse ways as much as possible.

We are content with the strives and impacts we have made individually over the years and moving on even into becoming a greater and bigger force, we have collectively organized ourselves for more relevance in the society and also embark on several societal problems that needs much attention, key amongst them is Mental Health Challenges of which we are creating awareness on, this particular year 2021.

The privilege of having a reunion of Queens who were representatives from all seasons and year groups of the Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant to especially tackle key societal menaces and embark on humanitarian projects are what strongly unifies us. Our togetherness has created a sense of cultural values which portrays a symbolic package of a unified group of Beautiful and Intelligent women to rise above all odds and make impact in our societies, one way or the other.

It is in light of this that, we are inviting the general public to our Group/Association Launch in the occasion of a Dinner Party at the Fiesta Royale on the 7th October 2021 and our cooking competition to raise awareness and raise funds for fifty (50) Survivors of Mentally Challenge Victims on the 9th of October 2021 at the forecourt of the Junction Mall, Nungua Barrier stretch.

Come and meet your old and new fans and Queens of Ghana’s Most Beautiful Fame from 2007 to 2021 and familiarise with them all.
Don’t miss this chance and the fun this programme would bring along.
We miss you and we know you miss us too.
See you there.

Pamela Lysandra AKASI Nyarko.

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