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Miss Ghana 2013, Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi at her school
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The reigning Miss Ghana, Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi, has attended the 48th Speech and Prize Giving Day Ceremony of her alma mater, New Juaben Senior High School in Koforidua in the Eastern Region.

Miss Baafi was there at the special invitation of the school’s authorities. She was one of several distinguished personalities who graced the occasion.

In an inspiring message she said “Thank you for the recognition and the platform to speak at this august occasion, to share the fame, glory and enormous responsibilities associated with the Miss Ghana brand.”

“I am currently working with the Miss Ghana Foundation on helping to reduce maternal mortality in the Northern Region, which has the highest prevalence rate. In addition, we are also helping address the plight of the aged, street children as well as mentoring our youth nationwide.”


Miss Ghana 2013, Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi with her former teachers
She added that although the task ahead looks daunting, she was hopeful a lot of gains would be made in the ensuing years.

Baafi tasked the student body to dedicate themselves to the course of the school, imploring them to be of good behaviour at all times. Education she told them “is your lifeguard.”

“Don’t despise your small beginnings here in Njuasco. It is your preparatory stage for greater things ahead…One day, God will reward your hard work with success.”

Miss Baafi’s visit was made possible by Yoks Car Rentals and Exclusive Events Ghana Limited.
Source: Peacefmonline.com

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