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University of Ghana student wins Miss Malaika 2016



Leah Brown, a 21 year old University of Ghana student reading Political Science and French has been adjudged Miss Malaika 2016.


Leah is Miss Malaika 2016

The event held at the National Theatre on Saturday also saw Amanda Edem Fiawosime, a student of the University of Ghana (Studying Business Administration (Insurance) place second with Delsey Hamilton Yankah, a student from University of Cape Coast studying business management taking the third position.

Edem is first runner up

For nearly 13 weeks, the ladies had gone through an intensive journey of rediscovery and grooming in preparation for the finals hoping to win and begin a new journey as a National Youth Ambassador for the campaign against the spread of Malaria.


Delsey is second runner up

Lead Brown drove home a Renault Captur, got one year wardrobe supply, one year hair supply from Hair Senta, trip to Dubai, $10,000 scholarship from Abbeam Institute of Technology among others.

Miss Malaika is sponsored by UB hair relaxer, KIA by Rana Motors, Sivoderm, Ethiopian Airlines, Abbeam Institute and supported by Royco and Crown Paints. It is powered by GhOne TV.

It is produced by CH Live with support from Renault from Premium Motors, Kenya Airways, Abbeam Institute of Technology, GTP Nustyle, Lydia Contraceptives and Media Partners.

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10 Reasons Why Ashanti Region Has The Best Senior High Schools



The notion that all the best Senior High Schools are either in Cape Coast or Greater Accra is a fallacy and source writer Kwabena Nsafoa brings you 10 highlights of high schools in Ashanti region which got the nation talking and which would get you thinking it has some of the best schools in the country.

  1. In 1993, Owass the topping the whole Ghana in the first SSSCE changed the mindset and diverted fixation on Cape Coast Schools to Kumasi Schools.

  2. In 1995, the triumph of Kuhis A – Level results in topping the nationally, psyched the SSS students in maintaining the academic performance on certain pedestal. And that inspired blazing trail of Kuhis 1998 SSSCE results.

  3. In 1994 & 1996, Prempeh College winning the first edition of the National Brilliant Science & Maths Quiz brought spotlight on Kumasi Schools as Science.

  4. In 1997, the sole cleverness of Amamo, a nerd student of Owass, in humiliating Presec – Legon and others in the National Brilliant Science & Maths Quiz and clinching it for the first time started a trail.For which Owass has reached the finals of the Quiz more than any other School nationally.

  5. Recently, the jaw dropping performance of hinterland Schools like, Komfo Anokye Snr High & Tepa Snr High has introduced new perspective in Schools rating.

  6. In 1995 & 1996, Okess domination in the Milo Football Competition nationally, caused the invitation of several students into the various national teams.

  7. In 1990, Yaa Asantewaa Girls severing all ties with a certain school at Akropong, and subsequently locking horns with that School at Sofoline so to achieve ‘royal alliance’ has played a vital role in the Adehye3’s academic resurgence.

  8. The prominent positions Dan Botwe(NPP Ge. Sec) and Lawyer S.K Boafo both Old Students of Kumaca, once held spurred significantly their Alma Matters.

  9. Prof. S.K Agyapong & Prof. Asenso Okyere endearing presence as Vice Chancellors on Cape Coast University & Legon respectively, made that Sofoline School’s students on various Campuses feeling related.

  10. Fixation on Kumasi Schools due to obvious reasons has left the gang up between Cape Coast & Accra Schools flaunting pidgin – English speaking as the only redeeming

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