Miss Tourism donates to Citi FM’s Sierra Leone mudslide campaign
Winners of the 2017 Miss Tourism Ghana beauty pageant have donated some items to the Citi FM relief campaign to victims of the recent mudslide in Sierra Leone.
Presenting the items at the premises of Citi FM in Adabraka on Monday, one of the organisers of the pageant, Ms. Makafui Seshi said they were touched by the call by Citi FM, to make the donation.
“When we heard of the Sierra Leone disaster, we were so sad and it reminded us of the June 3 disaster and recently what happened in Tamale. So we were touched to come in and also join others to show support,” she told Citi Showbiz.
They presented mattresses and clothes as a way of reaching out to the mudslide victims in Sierra Leone, as part of their social responsibility.
Present at the donation were the winner, the first runner-up and the second runner-up of the pageant.
Miss Tourism Ghana is a beauty pageant that seeks to promote tourism in Ghana.
About the winners
Dorothy Ndede Kojo is Miss Tourism 2017. She is a 19 year-old lady from Half Assini. Ndede believes in impacting lives and sees tourism as a hidden gold mine that needs to be explored. She seeks to promote Ghana’s Cultural Values, Diversity and Heritage and Sustainable and Responsible Tourism as a driver for economic growth.
The 1st runner-up is Violet Christabel Naa Lamiley Lawson, a 21 year-old student of the University of Cape Coast. She studied Hospitality and Tourism Management. Her objective is to embark on the Sanitation and Environmental Tourism project and promote Ghanaian tourism through social media.
The third winner, Sanni Providential Sadiyat is from Agotime Afegame in Volta Region and studies BSc. Midwifery at University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) in Ho. Sadiyat is very passionate about promoting tourism in Ghana. She is kind, loyal, and handles herself in a noble and ethical manner. She is inspired by pain. She speaks English, Ga, Dangme, Sefwi, Twi, and Ewe.
By: Kwame Dadzie/citifmonline.com/Ghana