University of Professional student, Jasmine Djang defied all odds to win the 2020 edition of Miss Malaika.
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At the grand finale of Saturday, October 31, 2020, at the Conference Centre in Accra, Jasmine toppled other nine candidates to win the crown.
Ardent followers of the beauty pageant would testify that Jasmine was a consistent performer.
However, Jasmine winning the crown will not come as a surprise to many.
Now, YEN.com.gh brings you 10 photos of Jasmine that prove why she deserved the crown.
1. Take a look at her beautiful smile:
2. She is just a simple beautiful lady:
3. Swagger lady:
4. Looking beautiful in white:
5. In her casual wear:
6. A nice pose here:
7. She is just beautiful:
8. Jasmine says cheers:
9. So beautiful:
10. She really deserved the crown:
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Jasmine was crowned the winner of Miss Malaika 2020.
On the night, Jasmine proved that she is not only beautiful but has got a great talent.
In all the segments during the competition, she scored higher marks as against nine other ladies.
Jasmine, 20 is a Business Management student at the University of Professional Studies in Accra (UPS).
As Jasmine was adjudged the overall winner, Olga Karyeen picked the 1st runners-up position.
The 2nd runners-up went to Franklina Shalom who wowed fans with her dancing skills.
Meanwhile, secular musician turned pastor, Yaw Siki, has welcomed his first child with his wife after their marriage ceremony in December 2019.
In a new photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Yaw Siki is seen seated with the wife who held their baby in her arms.
The couple looks happy together in the photo that has gone viral on social media. In the caption that came with his tweet announcing the birth of the baby, Yaw Siki said the child is another disciple of God.
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Source: Yen Newspaper