GH¢20k up for grabs as #MyFutureGH contest opens for ladies between 16yrs and 26yrs

World Remit in partnership with Miss Ghana UK Foundation is presenting ladies between the ages of 16 and 26 with a unique opportunity to showcase their talent to the world. Dubbed ‘MyFutureGH,’ the initiative forms part of many exciting activities to mark the silver jubilee edition of Miss Ghana UK. It will afford an enterprising and talented Ghanaian lady the chance to win GH¢20, 000, an amount which will ceremoniously be presented by Miss Ghana UK 2017. Speaking on the project, the Managing Director of RED Communications, Michael Mensa-Bonsu, who doubles as the country representative for World Remit and communications lead of the project, expressed delight over the project “We at World Remit are aware of the incredible talent of our young Ghanaian ladies. As we continue to battle some of the socio-cultural prejudices which limit the potential of many young women, we could not help but to partner, an internationally-reputed brand such as Miss Ghana UK Foundation in an initiative that will serve to create audience for many young motivated and passionate women in Ghana.” He added: “At World Remit, we believe that dreams, aspirations and passions of every young lady is  within their own remit, one that is not limited by the prejudices of culture and society’s expectations.” A representative of Miss Ghana UK Foundation, Mavis Osei, stressed the need for young ladies between 16 and 26 to participate in the project given the international exposure that same can afford them. She noted that “whilst winning the cash prize should, understandably, be the ultimate of every participant, there should be no devaluing the international exposure this initiative can open to Ghanaian young ladies.” “Most importantly, the critical idea that ladies should always be given the opportunity to freely showcase their talents and what they are  made of must not be lost on us, even after a winner is announced,”she added. She was optimistic that the initiative will serve to inculcate into Ghanaian ladies the values and virtues that they need to compete in an increasing globalised and competitive world. “In our time, having a dream is not enough. Rather the magic wand lies in the ability of one to effectively communicate what their dreams are,” she suggested. Touching on the silver jubilee edition of Miss Ghana UK, another representative of the Miss Ghana UK Foundation, Cilla Baafour-Gyewu, noted with excitement the many milestone achievements the pageantry has chalked since its inception. “The considerable brand equity of Miss Ghana UK can only be attributed to the many talents the pageantry has succeeded in unearthing since its inception some 25 years ago.” The campaign, which is open to young Ghanaian ladies between ages 16 and 26 and resident in Ghana, runs from now till the end of August. Within this period, participants are expected to upload a picture of themselves demonstrating what they love to do, in any field of endeavour, be it in sports, entertainment, academia, writing and host of others, on social media. Using #MyFutureGH, participants’ picture must be accompanied with brief information about themselves and why they think they deserve to win. Of the many expected entries, the five outstanding talents, who will be shortlisted, will be required to upload a video, detailing who they are and why their dreams merit a win. The winner will be announced at the Miss Ghana UK 2017 and will be presented with the GH¢20, 000 cash prize by the Miss Ghana UK.

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