Miss Ghana 2022: Who wears the crown?

Miss Ghana 2022: Who wears the crown?

The Grand finale of this year’s Miss Ghana beauty peageant comes off on August 14 at the Avenue Event Centre in Accra. Meet the 15 contestants keeping fingers crossed for the coveted crown.

Kessie Baroness Abrema

Twenty year-old Kessie Baroness Abrema loves to socialise and assist people when they are in need. She wants to become a role model for young girls and help them to engage in profitable ventures.

Francisca Selorm Agama

Francisca Selorm Masiku Agama is a Psychology and Human Development graduate from Regent University College. She loves to read, sing and sketch. She believes the mind is the power house, for any change to take place.  She hopes to intensify mental health awareness when she wins the crown.

Irene Vanessa Vifah

She is the last of eight children. Born in Italy to Ghanaian parents, she moved to Ghana at age three to be raised by her grandmother in Kumasi.

She attended KNUST Basic School in Kumasi and later to St. Louis Senior High School and University of Ghana. She is versatile, ambitious and passionate about women empowerment. She is a model and helps women adopt healthy lifestyles as a wellness and accountability expert.Vanessa is pursuing a career in Marketing as a Digital Strategist. She likes to read, cook and try new things in her spare time. She intends supporting under-privileged children and young women when she wins. 

Rukayatu Sweetie Yakubu

She hails from Worawora in the Oti region of Ghana. She is optimistic and has an eye for beauty and art. Her goal is to be an advocate for mental health and depression. She believes “you don’t have to have it all to take the step in achieving your goals.”

Cassandra Emefa Agbana

She aims to increase awareness on volunteerism and help the underprivileged in society. She enjoys modelling and travelling and again hopes to make a case for girl-child education when she wins the crown.

Deborah Esi Wilson aka Mimi Brown

Deborah is a final year student of Takoradi Technical University, offering HND in Hospitality Management. She believes “the purpose of life is not just to be beautiful or happy, but to be productive and useful in the society and make a difference in the world.” Her goal is to inspire, motivate and uplift young women to realise that “they are strong and capable of accomplishing whatever they set their mind to do.

Miriam Xorlasi Tordzeagbo

Miriam is a teacher who aims to establish a restaurant and a home for the aged in future. She wants to make history by bringing home the first ever Miss World crown and also work hand-in-hand with the Miss Ghana Foundation when she wins.

Esther Naa Odey Mensah

• Esther

Esther aims to reduce streetism by providing shelter and education and hopes to “put the Miss Ghana brand back on the map” when she wins.

Florence Teye Narh

• Florence

She is hardworking and passionate about self-development and entrepreneurship. Her goal is to support other young ladies who are ready to be equipped with new skills and mentor them to become better versions of themselves.

Dzifa Dzudzor


She hails from the Volta Region but was born and raised in Bolgatanga, the Upper East Region. She holds Bachelor’s Degree in Administration from University of Ghana and a Master’s Degree in International Relations-LECIAD. She is empathetic, kind and live life with “integrity and a smile.”

Angela Ohenewaa Acquaah

She is a medical student at Novgorod State University in Russia. Angla grew up in Dansoman and always found herself in hospitals because her aunt was a nurse. Frequent trips to the hospital during her childhood influenced her career choice.

She intends to complete her studies and set up a medical centre in future. “Health as they say is wealth. And for this reason I want to improve the health of the average Ghanaian by improving sanitation, improving the quality of food and water and creating more awareness on the need for personal hygiene,” she says.

Eunice Esi Esaaba Essien

Eunice studies Public Relations at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA). She hails from Winneba in the Central Region.

She aims to become a Member of Parliament. She intends to build a vocational institute in her hometown to help young people learn skills such as dressmaking, make-up, beads making, carpentry, catering, among others.

Naa Yirenkyiwaa Ellis-Awuku

She is a student of Datalink University-Tema, pursuing a Master of Science (Msc) in Strategic Management. She is a fitness enthusiast and loves to be surrounded by her family and loved ones.  She loves acting, dancing, listening to music, and travelling. She hopes to take up projects to improve education infrastructure in rural areas.

Gladys Cassandra Bugashie

Bennett loves caring for others. She is passionate about helping individuals who have little or no means of survival, and ecourage them to “believe in themselves again.”

Rocklyn Krampah

• Rockyln

Nineteen year-old year-old Rocklyn is the only child of her parents.  She hails from Kpando in the Volta Region. She is currently a first year student at University of Ghana studying Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, English and Theatre Arts.  She aims to become an educational psychologist. She hopes to empower women, motivate the youth and help the less privileged in society in addition to tackling mental health issues among the youth.

By Linda Abrefi Wadie

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