All was set at the outdoor event at La Palm hotel until the rain suddenly started. This did not change the plan because many Nigerians were present to witness the second edition. The program was quickly reorganized in the hall.
The Miss Nigeria Ghana 2013 beauty pageant came to end this morning when Amadi Jennifer Enuolare emerged as the new queen. Jennifer who is an orphan was able to beat the other 35 contestants in a fierce competition.
The new Miss Nigeria Ghana is from Rivers State, Nigeria and currently a student of Knutsford University College, East Legon, Accra, Ghana.
She is studying Human Resource Management and she loves cooking, listening to music and making friends. She entered into the Miss Nigeria Ghana 2013 to make a difference and represented Delta state.
The first Miss Nigeria Ghana, Amaka Okosieme was present and did the honors of transferring the crown to the new successor who will continue to pursue the breast cancer awareness campaign in the ten regions of Ghana.
The theme for the event was ‘Beauty Made in Nigeria’, and indeed Nigerian young women schooling in Ghana were at their best, representing each of the 36 states of Nigeria. Their cultural display, talent display and test questions and answers were employed by the Judges to determine the best and select the right person for the Miss Nigeria Ghana 2013.
Prominent among the Judges was Nita J, Nollywood movie star, and Louisa Bua, Ghana’s fast rising model. Nigeria’s prominent photographer and writer Chuks Ineh was official photographer of the Miss Nigeria Ghana beauty pageant.
The new Miss Nigeria Ghana was given gifts from Omatek computers, and a wrist watch from Swiss Watch, she was also presented with a car key from the Nigeria High commissioner representative.
Her tenure will last for one year during which a lot of activities are required of her as she tours Ghana and media houses to campaign for breast cancer awareness.
Congratulations to Jennifer Amadi as she now lives her life as the new Miss Nigeria Ghana 2013.