Miss World 2011 And Her Team Tour Ghana

Miss World 2011, Ivian Sarcos and the Miss World team arrived in Ghana Saturday evening to an overwhelming welcome lead by the Mayor of Accra, Alfred Oko Vanderpuye, Miss Ghana 2010, Stephanie Karikari and the organizers of the Miss Ghana beauty Pageant.

The Miss World entourage also included Chairman and Chief Executive of the Miss World organization, Julia Morley. While in Ghana, the Venezuelan beauty queen, Ivian Sarcos and the Miss World Organization will be supporting a project by the winner of the 2011 Miss World Beauty with a Purpose award. Miss Ghana 2010, Stephanie Adwoa Adjeiwaa Karikari jointly won the ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ honour with Miss Indonesia.

Meanwhile, the Miss World team led by Julia Morley paid a courtesy call on the Central Regional Minister Ama Benyiwa Doe on Sunday. The visit formed part of a five-day working visit by the delegation, which also includes Miss World 2011 runner-ups Miss Puerto Rico and Miss England. The team was welcomed by some queen mothers of the traditional area including Nana Ama Amissah of the Mankessim traditional area, Nana Aba Afariwa III, Nana Esi Gyasiwaa, some regional executives of the NDC and Kwame Oppong, Secretary to the Regional Minister.

The Regional Minister said she was pleased to receive the team, and gave them a historical background of the heritage that makes Cape Coast a unique region in Ghana, adding that she was happy that the Miss Ghana pageant is not just about beauty but it also aims at injecting life into society. She later pledged a donation of GHC 10,000 to support the BWP project.

Chief Mandela, a grandson of Nelson Mandela, who accompanied the Miss World team on the trip, said the team was fully committed to ensuring better lives for all across the world. He underscored the importance of education, adding that with the opportunity the project offers, more emphasis will be placed on making lives better. “We are excited to be here and happy to be part of the project… thanks for support,” he added.

Julia Morley added that “Stephanie’s enthusiasm shows that young people are wonderful and caring and only need the push to make it in life. “We are happy to work with Stephanie Karikari. We believe that beauty is not just in the face but it is in the heart. This is just a seed that is planted and we hope to make it better every year”.

The team also visited other historical sites in Cape Coast including the Kakum National Park. Miss Ghana 2012 launches on Tuesday at the Banquet Hall of the State House. Miss Ghana 2012 is powered by Exclusive Events Ghana.

 

 

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