Exclusive: Lady Precious crowned Miss Kidi Ghana 2021

Lady Precious is Miss Kidi Ghana 2021 flanked by other contestants

Lady Precious, an 11-year-old student of Believers School in Accra has been adjudged as 2021 Miss Kidi Ghana.

Lady Precious who has been exceptional during the seven-week pageantry was the top performer on the night as she thrilled audiences with her talent.

Afua Etruwa Aduonum, an eight-year student of Ascot School was also declared as the 1st Runner-up, Amberlyn a six-year of British Columbia College emerged 2nd runner-up while Kaitlin, a student Child of Light School was named the 3rd Runner up.

The grand final of the first beauty pageant for kids under the age of 12 was held on Saturday with a beautiful display of Ghanaian fashion, arts, and culture.

15 delegates contested. Janai won Miss Personality, Achie won Miss Catwalk, Amberlyn won Miss Eloquence and Amberlyn won Miss Talent.

This year’s pageant sponsored McBerry Biscuits saw winners awarded with scholarship prizes as well as goodies with Lady Precious set to represent Ghana at international pageantry for kids later in the year.

Madam Afua Asantewaa, Executive Director of ASKOF Production, organizers of the pageant, in her speech at the glamorous final held at GNAT Hall up in Accra, was elated for making history with the first pageantry for kids in Ghana.
According to Madam Asantewaa, the pageantry was faced with a little hitch at the start but they were able to stand by their principles to bring out the best from the little kids.

She congratulated all winners of the maiden edition of the pageantry saying that the platform represents the first step of becoming future top models who would raise high the flag of Ghana on the international stage.

Source:Simon Asare/capitalnewsonline.com

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