This year’s Miss ECOWAS Ghana 2013 auditions will take off on Friday, June 14, at the Golden Tulip Hotel, Accra at exactly 8:00am.
This year’s event is themed ‘God Bless Our Homeland Ghana’ and will see 15 delegates contesting to be crowned the 2013 Miss ECOWAS queen, who will also become an ambassador to champion the Youth Peace Initiatives of the ECOWAS Commission for a period of one year in Ghana.
The crowned queen will represent Ghana at the sub-regional ECOWAS peace pageant, engage in breast cancer campaigns across the country, and in addition will be afforded the opportunity to present her peace initiatives to the entire ECOWAS sub-region and the world at large.
Meanwhile, the organizers of the annual Miss ECOWAS beauty pageant are giving a lifetime opportunity to young, bold, beautiful and intelligent ladies between 18 and 24 years to register and be part of the 2013 audition process by visiting www. missecowasghana.com to download their audition form. Contestants have to complete and submit the registration form on the day of the audition, June 14, with one passport-size and one full-size picture.
The Miss ECOWAS Ghana Pageant is the initiative of 702 Productions LTD, a Ghana-based international events management company, with endorsement from the ECOWAS Commission, Abuja. The pageant seeks to use the youth as a vehicle for preaching peace in the sub-region. It also aims to work with them to advocate for peaceful co-existence in the sub-region and also engage in breast cancer awareness campaigns to forestall the increasing cases of breast cancer among the citizens of Ghana and the sub-region.
Prices for this year’s event include a rare chance to represent Ghana at the ECOWAS peace pageant, scholarships, cash prices and various sponsors’ products.
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