Friday, 30 November 2012

Face Of Tertiary 2012 winner, Miss Esinam Amegbanu receiving her car keys
The winner of Face Of Tertiary 2012 beauty pageant, Miss Esinam Amegbanu, (Miss UDS), has been presented with her grand prize of a brand new KIA Spectra.
The official presentation was made at a grand ceremony on Navrongo campus of the University of Development Studies and was attended by a several students and a section of the school’s authorities including Dr. A.B.T. Zakaria, Registrar of UDS, Dr. K. Gbolagade, Dean of the UDS Navrongo campus, Dr. Martin Ofosu, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Mr. Francis Ampeh, the President of the Student Representative Council as well as over 1000 students who thronged the school’s auditorium to grace the occasion.
The luxury saloon car was presented by Albert Opoku Frimpong, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), assisted by Bismark Boateng, production manager of Brein Consult, organizers of the Face of Tertiary beauty pageant.
The KIA Spectra forms part of an attractive winner’s package which also includes participation in next year’s World Miss University pageant in Korea which will involve a three-week grooming course in Europe fully catered for by the event’s organizers.
Miss Esinam Amegbanu will serve as an Ambassador of Anti-Child Labor and will spearhead a nationwide anti-child labor campaign dubbed the ‘Save the Child’ campaign.
The project, which is in collaboration with the Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs, seeks to identify, assemble and raise funds to support deprived children across the nation.
The project will also seek to educate and sensitize the general public as well as propose and execute projects that will go a long way to curb the ascendancy of this canker in the country. The project will present solutions to other problems that result in child labour such as parental poverty, unemployment, rural urban migration, child abuse, HIV AIDS amongst others.
A major part of the project will involve the chronicling of the queen’s interactions with victims of child labour, which will be featured in a documentary series dubbed the ‘Save the Child’ television series to be aired on TV.
According to Brein Consult, the ‘Save The Child’ project is set to be launched on December 28, 2012 and will officially take off in January 2013.
Face of Tertiary is the premier beauty pageant bringing together beauty queens from all tertiary institutions across the country to compete for one coveted crown to be the face of all tertiary institutions in the country.
Miss Amegbanu emerged winner in a keenly contested grand finale event held at the Accra International Conference Centre which featured 18 finalists after a long 13-week reality television show on TV3.

Credit: NEWS-ONE



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