Juliana Kimberly Ofusuhene, a contestant of 2019 Miss Maliaka Ghana has successfully graduated from Ghana’s premier university.
Juliana Kimberly Ofusuhene bagged a degree in health service administration from the University of Ghana after completing her four-year course.
The 23-year-old lady took to her Instagram handle to share her joy in lovely photos in a robe from her graduation ceremony.
Juliana Kimberly Ofusuhene has been congratulated by many who have been inspired by her new milestone.
Among her well-wishers was Phylis Vesta Boison who emerged as the winner of the 2019 Miss Maliaka Ghana.
Photos of Juliana Kimberly Ofusuhene was shared on the official social handles of Miss Maliaka Ghana and was congratulated for her break-taking achievement.
Miss Malaika Ghana 2019 contestants
In all, four students from the University of Ghana were among the final ten contestants, with two of them from UGBS. Miss Kimberly Ofosuhene, also a student of UGBS was among the top 5 finalists.
The contestants took turns in various activities across three segments in the final event.
The five finalists were made to answer questions on the humanitarian projects they would embark on, should they be crowned Miss Malaika.
At the end of the day, Miss Boison has crowned the overall best contestant that saw her becoming Miss Malaika 2019. In her one year reign, Phylis will undertake a project as part of her queenly service to the nation.
2021 Miss Malaika Winner
Earlier, unitedshowbiz.com.gh reported that a 19-year-old student of Clark University in the United States, Ama Tutuwaa Osei Akoto, has emerged winner of the 19th edition of Miss Malaika which came off at the Grand Arena in Accra on Saturday, October 30, 2021.
Ama staved off competition from nine other beautiful ladies to take the coveted crown.
She also won for herself a Kia Forte saloon car, GH¢10,000, a trip to Dubai, a one-year supply of GTP fabrics, Closeup toothpaste freshness pack among other packages from sponsors.
Speaking with Graphic Showbiz about her win, Ama Tutuwaa said, “I feel immensely proud of my performance throughout the pageant and most specifically during the finale.
“Although I was the youngest in the house, I never let that slow me down or affect my efforts and this was evident in the fact that every time I mentioned my age, everyone, from the girls to the organisers, was surprised all over again.