The search for the beauty that would be crowned as the winner of Miss Ghana 2019 began a few months ago. Miss Ghana auditions were conducted in the different parts of the country and the list of the contestants compiled. The final list was shown and the date for Miss Ghana 2019 grand finale set. In case you happened to have missed out on the flow of events, do not feel left out because these highlights will come in handy.
Exclusive Events Ghana, the company that is responsible for organising the beauty pageant, did their thing when they launched the biggest beauty pageant in the country. The competition kicked off in April with the auditions being planned in the whole country to establish the most suitable contestant who would fulfil the agenda of Miss Ghana Foundation. Heeding to the call, beauties from all parts of the country showed up to showcase their skills. The grand finale of the event was held on 7th July and the winner crowned. You might want to review the list of contestants.
Miss Ghana 2019 contestants
If you thought you could define beauty, you need to have a look at the contestants of Miss Ghana 2019. They did not only showcase talent but also brought out the beauty of Ghanaian culture. The judges must have had the most difficult moment trying to narrow down to one winner because all the contestants had all that it takes to be crowned. These are some of the contestants of the event and how stunning they look.
Cassandra Kyei Karikari
Words cannot describe how gorgeous Cassandra Kyei Karikari is. Her vibrant smile will capture your attention from far. Listening to her golden voice will melt your heart. She has such a rich personality. Academically, she is also accomplished as she graduated from Abro Media Institute where she pursued broadcast journalism. She is twenty-two years old. Cassandra was the sixth delegate in the list of Miss Ghana 2019 contestants.
Veronica Sarfo Adu Nti
Innocence is the best word to describe Veronica Sarfo Adu Nti because that is what her personality is all about. Her soft voice is enough to draw your attention to her. Professionally, she is a makeup artist who is passionate about her country and community service. She was in the pageant for the second time, this explains how she likes modelling.
The bold smile that Harriet Lamptey wears will make you want to listen to her. Her intelligence manifests itself in the simplest ways. Her voice will make you listen to her pour out her intelligence. The twenty-five-year-old is a graduate of the University of Ghana. She was the twelfth delegate in the list of contestants in the coveted competition.
Harriet Quayson is calm and her personality is pacifying. She is passionate about arts and looks forward to impacting society by supporting the young girls who suffer from teenage pregnancies. She was the eighteenth contestant in the list of Miss Ghana 2019 delegates.
Rebecca Kwabi is the current Miss Ghana 2019 winner. The beauty was crowned the winner during the just concluded Miss Ghana competition that was held on 7th July 2019. The latter is confident about fashion as she is pursuing a fashion and design course at Maureen Signature. The twenty-six-year-old queen is passionate about helping the less privileged.
Trolls on Rebecca Kwabi's win
Ever since she was declared the winner in the competitive event, the latter has faced trolls because of her win. Some of the people have posted on social media claiming that she did not deserve the position. Others have even gone an extra mile to state that she is ugly.
The trolls came after the winner of the beauty pageant, Rebecca Kwabi, the first runners up, Sarah Odei Amoani, and the second runners up, Deborah Opoku Sarfo went for an interview at Citi TV. During the live interview, Citi TV took a picture of the three models and shared them on the TV's Twitter account. Reacting to the pictures, social media users were up questioning how the three ladies had managed to win the titles. Some even went ahead to call them ugly. Some of the social media users even went to the extent of saying that the organisers of the event should make the contestants take off their makeup and wigs to reveal their true identity before the winners are announced.
Reactions to the social media trolls
What looked like insensitive statements that would crush the three ladies did not get at them. They did not seem to be moved by the comments being made about them. They went up on another live interview on GH One TV, where Rebecca displayed her bravery when she responded to the trolls. She stated that the comments that were being made about her ugliness were not going to put her down. She went further to state:
“Do I look ugly? I am not ugly, my mirror doesn’t tell me I am ugly. I am not ugly” .
When asked whether she was going to represent Ghana while contesting for Miss World, Rebecca displayed her confidence when she said:
“I am beautiful, confident, and very capable of representing Ghana at the Miss World. Nothing can stop me".
Her colleague Sarah Odei Amoani went further to voice the latter's remarks by stating that she had noted that the pictures that were used to troll them, were of low quality and that did not define them. She also urged social media users to stop using negative comments that would bring people down.
The three winners of Miss Ghana 2019 do not seem to be shaken by the negative comments that are being made about them. Instead, they have embraced them and made the most out of it. They are glad that the comments have made them have high numbers of fans as most people have been checking them out on their social media sites since then.
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