19-Year-Old Ghanaian Student Wins Ghana-Nigeria University Pageant

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The  Ghana-Nigeria University Pageant is organised by the the Institute of Leadership and Management in Education.
The  Ghana-Nigeria University Pageant is organised by the the Institute of Leadership and Management in Education.

Ghana has got one over Nigeria again as 19-Year-Old  Pamela Lilybox, a student of the Sikkim Manipal University, Ghana, emerged Ghana, emerged winner of the Miss Ghana versus Nigeria University Pageant.

Lilybox beat 15 other contestants to the crown after three sessions of modeling, exhibition of talent and question and answers.
With the crown comes a return ticket to South Africa, an scholarship, a laptop, cosmetics.
Verna Mineral Water sponsorship for all her upcoming projects
She told the Ghana News Agency that winning the crown has encouraged her to pursue her dream of becoming a public speaker.
The 1st runner-up position went to Nigeria’s Ms. Victoria Chigozirim Onyeagbo,  19,  of the Mountcrest University College.
She smiled home with an LED television set, a scholarship and cosmetics.
Ghana Web reports that the queen will now head an educational campaign called “Uni Ladies Career Development Train” which will bring in various professions to engage university ladies in seminars on career development.
The co-ordinator for the Pageant, Mr. Roland Diamond said the annual event aims at empowering ladies in the various universities and promoting the cultural uniqueness of the two competing countrie.
The  Ghana-Nigeria University Pageant is organised by the the Institute of Leadership and Management in Education.

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