Margaret Afriyie, a vegetable farmer in Ahwerem, a farming community in the Ashanti Region, clinched the crown for the 2019 Miss Agriculture project pageant.
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Also known as 'Midwife Farmer', Margaret Afriyie is a midwife and she thrashed thirteen other ladies to win the crown and a cash prize.
The grand finale of the Miss Agriculture project pageant came off at the MJ Grand Hotel on Saturday, November 9, 2019.
14 contestants battled it out as they shared agricultural projects they intend to embark on should they win the crown.
The judges, Paulina Addy (WIAD-MoFA), Ligaya Diaz (USDA Amplifies Ghana), Sir Laud Aikins (ghsell.com), Nana Kojo Ghansah (Pamhy3bykojo) and Michael Boateng (Giz) watched keenly as the 14 finalists took turns to share their ideas and answer questions thrown at them.
Meanwhile, Portia Mensah Bonsu, an extension officer, and cocoa farmer and Edwina Anaba, also a palm kennel oil producer, won the first and second runners-up respectively.
In another story, amid Kanye West’s last-minute ‘Sunday Service’ that witnessed ‘over 1,000’ people raise hands to dedicate their lives to Christ, Curvine Brewington, a Louisiana pastor has described the worship as a "new wave of revival''.
West made his "Sunday Service," which is not always held on Sunday more accessible to the public a few months ago.
According to foxnews.com, the ''born-again'' believer, has been travelling across the US to hold gospel services and perform songs from his new album, "Jesus is King."
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