Gedeme Edem will be the center of attention as he unleashes his stage craft before ten intelligent women who battle it out among themselves for the bragging rights as the first ever humanitarian queen. Launched recently in Accra, the humanitarian pageant is set to climax on the 18th of August, 2012 at the National Theater in a night of pageantry, music and fashion with performances by the ‘Over Again’ man, R n B crooner Chemphe, among others.
The competitors are Beatrice Eno Yeboah (Alliance Francais) , Svetlana Danso (AUCC), Helen Anyewedja Ayerkie (Data Link), Marian Nanorki Darlington (KNUST), Comfort Doe (University of Ghana), Josephine Bediako Oppong ( University of Ghana), Pearl Justine Adzoma (Regent University), Serwaa, Mishasha Essien (Marketing Student) and Louisa Ankowah Antwi (Central University).
According to the C.E.O of Xclusive Productions Ghana Limited, Adjei Annang, the event is in collaboration with the Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs, SFC International of Barbados, among others with the goal of promoting and raising awareness about humanitarian issues worldwide. The winners of the pageant will engage in issues relating to child labor, HIV/AIDS discrimination, domestic abuse, hunger and gender exploitation.
The winner of Miss Humanity International Ghana 2012 will also represent Ghana at the world finals in Barbados in October 2012, get an official duty car for a year, a modeling contract for a year in Nigeria, Hong Kong, beauty products among other sponsors goodies and work on a humanitarian issue as the national title holder.
The Miss Humanity International Ghana 2012 is sponsored by Strategic Properties and Investments, Hisense Ghana, Ghandour Cosmetics, Afri Pride Wigs, Dey Marketing Ventures, Client Services Institute, GBC, xfm95.1, Agoo magazine and Multi TV, MC. Com, Pentecost Hospital, Homes of Beads and Fashion, Dreams Fitness, Chef Solo, Zaron Cosmetics, Y Fm, Radio Universe, Foto Embassy, The Anchor, Talk of GH, Ticket Ghana.