Miss Elorm Precious Tettey was on Saturday crowned Miss Volta Ghana 2018 as the Queen. Elorm is a student of Akatsi College of Education and represented the Aflao Traditional Council in the contest. The competition started with auditions at both Sogakope, Ho and Hohoe and finally made it to the top 8 beautiful ladies for the contest.

The Secretary of the Students' Representative Council (SRC) of the University of Ghana, Legon, Miss Janet Maame Serwaa Arkorful, has waded into the controversy involving Miss Inna Patty and her Exclusive Event Ghana Limited (EEGL), organisers of Miss Ghana pageantry.

Thirteen (13) students of the Islamic Senior High School (ISSEC) in Kumasi, are facing the school’s Disciplinary Committee for misconduct.

Miss Sanni Providential Sadiyat on Saturday was crowned Miss Tourism Ghana 2017 as the 2nd Princess.

Providential is a 21 year old student of the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ho. She is a second year undergraduate students pursing a degree in Midwifery.

Even before she joins Miss Malaika pagentry, Brenda McSaawa is touching lives of many kids around her. She has volunteered to help kids at the Calvary Baptist Church Community Library to read and write.

My name is Brenda McSaawa, a name that has most people asking, "Is she Ghanaian?" There you have it. I am of Ga and Dagati descent. I love life, i love my family and I love my friends. I also love to ride my bicycle, read, listen to music and singing.

Actor John Dumelo has finally apologized to Godfred Obeng Boateng, the KNUST graduate who sells bread on the streets.

The award winning actor was heavily criticized after he posted on Instagram on Saturday, 18th May, 2017, a picture of a KNUST graduate hawking on the streets with the caption, "Just saw a KNUST grad hawking in traffic…What went wrong?"

[By: Daniel Addo, UPSA-GhCampus.com] Ms. Benedicta Sakyiwaa, a level 100 student of University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), has been crowned Face of Ghana Union of Professional Students (GUPS). 

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