Rebecca Nana Adwoa Kwabi has been crowned Miss Ghana 2019 at the Kempiski hotel in Accra.
The 26-year-old student of Maureen Signature Institute beat 18 other contestants to win the crown.
Rebecca took home an official vehicle, one year volunteering with exclusive events Ghana/ Miss Ghana Foundation, a year platinum gym membership, the opportunity to represent Ghana at Miss World, a monthly allowance of GHC1000 and the most enviable crown.
Sarah Odei Amoani and Deborah Opoku Sarfo won the 1st and 2nd runners up respectively.
They also took home an official vehicle each, monthly allowance and
one year volunteering with Exclusive Events Ghana/ Miss Ghana
They were crowned by the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Hon Barbara Oteng Gyasi and the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Cynthia Morrison.
The event which was attended by dignitaries across the world and media personalities started with an introduction of the ladies from the various regions in Ghana.
Photos of Patrons
Rapper, Okyeame Kwame came on stage to perform his hit song “Made in Ghana” which ushered the ladies once again on stage in their beautifully designed African prints.
Okyeame Kwame on stage with the contestants
It got to that time of the show where nine contestants out of the 19 were evicted which was quiet difficult for their fans knowing that was the end of the road for them.
Out of the remaining 10 contestants, five moved on to the next stage of the competition after answering questions from judges on the night.
Sarah Odei-Amoani again won Beauty with a Purpose, Miss Eloquence, Miss Talent and Miss Social Media.
Rebecca Nana Adwoa Kwabi also won Miss Fitness, Miss Photogenic, Best Skin and Miss Top model whiles Miss Congeniality went to Mabel Acheamponmaa Acheampong and Most disciplined went to Veronica.
Photos of a judge
Source: Hitz 103.9 FM |Doreen Avio