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Miss Ghana 2012 1st Runner Up Off To India
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Miss Ghana 2012 First runner up, Nadia Ntanhu
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Nadia Ntanu, Miss Ghana 2012 first runner up left Accra yesterday for India, for a two-week working visit.

Miss Ntanu left in the company of officials from IPMC to attend a two-day conference by Indiasoft, a leading Indian software company.

Over 100 Indian software developers are expected to attend the conference. Miss Ntanu was selected for this trip owing to her passion to be a software developer. Having recently graduated from the Pentecost University, Accra with a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology, this is a life enriching opportunity, Exclusive Events, organizers of the Miss Ghana pageant say.

Miss Ntanu will tour some historical sites including the home of Mother Theresa, who is renowned for her philanthropic works. The visit to Mother Theresa's hometown is in line with the vision of the Miss Ghana Foundation to positively impact the lives of the less privileged.

Ms. Ntanu will also visit the Northern State of Punjab, an educational hub and India’s leading state in Agriculture. She will also visit some of its Engineering Colleges and evaluate if the environment is conducive enough for the study of prospective Ghanaian students.

She is also expected to visit the Vatican of Sikhs, and the Golden Temple in the holy city of Amritsar.

"I am excited about the opportunity to visit India, and equally happy to be involved in all these activities. I hope to make the best of it," she says. IPMC was a strategic sponsor of the Miss Ghana 2012 event.
Source: Peacefmonline.com

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