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Congratulations! Zina Asiedu is Miss Heritage Africa

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Ms Zina Asiedu, a 25- year-old Level 300 Communication Studies student at the African University of Communication College in Accra, recently made Ghana proud at the Miss World Heritage pageant held in South Africa.

She raised the nation’s flag high by beating all contestants from 20 African countries to be crowned as Miss Heritage Africa. With 42 countries and territories participating in the event, Ms Asiedu placed sixth at the global level.

She was crowned the continental queen based on elements such as her costumes, stage appearance, performance during the quiz segment and how well she related to other contestants.

Speaking to journalists on arrival, Ms Asiedu said she was humbled by the honours done her and that it was a privilege to represent Ghana at the world stage.

She said one of the stages she enjoyed most during the contest was when she was called upon to tell the world about Ghana.

“I told them that Ghana is a very hospitable country whose citizens are very welcoming and always ready to help foreigners. I told them about our rich culture, the various festivals we have and generally how unique Ghana is.

“I invited them to come to Ghana to taste our hospitality. In fact, it was an opportunity to sell Ghana,” she said.

Ms Asiedu appealed to the corporate world to consider sponsoring the Miss Heritage Ghana to help market the country to the outside world.

The Miss Heritage pageant, which aims to show the great values of solidarity, diversity, inclusiveness and cultural awareness, is organised in Ghana by Five Stars Modeling Agency.

Derrick Asare is an Editor for Xbitgh. He love Music, going to the movies, making friends, web designer, computer science major.

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Mahama donates GHC 10,000 cedis to Super OD’s family

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Mahama donates GHC 10,000 cedis to Super OD’s family

Former President, John Dramani Mahama has donated a sum of GH? 10,000 Cedis to the family of the late Asonaba Kweku Darko, popularly known as “Super OD”.

The announcement was made by the Central Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Allotey Jacobs at the final funeral rites which are being held at Swedru-Abodom in the Central Region.

The former president who is at the funeral of the renowned comedian has received a rapturous welcome from NDC and non-NDC faithful at the funeral.

The former president was accompanied by Central Regional Chairman of the NDC, Allotey Jacobs, former Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah, Deputy General Secretary, Kofi Adams and Appiah Stadium, among others.

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