Helen Anyewedja Ayerkie, a 21 year old student of Data Link University College, has been crowned Miss Humanity International Ghana it the maiden edition of the pageant. The finale was the climax of three months of activities for the humanitarian pageant and it witnessed fierce competition from the 8 intelligent and beautiful finalists.
Under the theme ‘Saving the world one cause at a time’, the winner will be Ghana’s official representative to the world event to be held in Barbados later in the year where she will compete with over fifty (50) other delegates across the globe.
The confident and eloquent Helen won the hearts of public and the judges to win the title. Her 1st runner was 25-year old Oppong Bediako Josephine followed by 23-year old Comfort Doe and Essien Misshasha Iboro respectively.
Miss Humanity International Ghana 2012 walked away with an official duty car, a trip to Barbados for Miss Humanity World, Hisense Plasma TV, Fridge,etc, Wardrobe for a year from Adobs Secrets, Shapes and curves, Ryne’s Collection, and other sponsors goodies. The event is powered by exclusive productions (franchise holders in Ghana) with support from Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs, Strategic properties and investments, Hisense, Ghandour cosmetics, Afri pride wigs, Pentecost Hospital with media support from Muti TV, GBC, Xfm95.1, Yfm,Talk of Gh, among others.