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Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2018 winner Naomi Abena Obeng has called on the  Tourism Minister Barbara Oteng Gyasi as she  represents Ghana in Italy at this year’s Miss Progress International pageant.

The youngest GMB winner is taking up the huge task of flying high the flag of Ghana in Italy.  She will present a project on Sanitation challenges in Ghana and how to turn the sanitation crises into an income generating one.

In an exclusive interview with the media after paying a courtesy call on the Minister of Tourism and Creative Arts, Mrs.Barbara Oteng Gyasi, she pledged on making Ghana proud on the international platform.

The Minister of Tourism And Creative Arts, Barbara Oteng Gyasi pledged  her ministry’s support and urged the reigning Ghana’s Most Beautiful Queen to make Ghana proud by winning the ultimate award.

The Miss Progress International Pageant is an annual event that brings different Ladies from different country under one roof, trade ideas as to methods they employ to  bring development in their various countries.

Miss Obeng who became a house hold name during the 2018 GMB pageant, called on Ghanaians to visit the miss progress international pageant website and social media handles to support her with online votes by liking commenting and sharing her pictures.

The 19-year-old  represented the Eastern Region in the 2018 Ghana’s Most Beautiful on TV3 where she narrowly beat three other finalists – from the Brong Ahafo, from the Upper East and from the Ashanti region – to wear the coveted crown and hold the bragging rights for a next year.

 

Story filed by Felix Coffie 

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