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Maame Twebah from GIJ crowned Miss KKB 2018

Priscilla Maame Twebah Aikins from the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) has won the maiden edition of Miss KKB held on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at the Neighborhood Centre in Mamprobi, Accra.

Organised by KKB Concepts, the event brought together eight (8) finalists who were tasked to showcase their mastery in Talent, Communication and Arts after series of projects executed from previous weeks.
The well attended show was met with thrilling moments and performances from guest artistes and dancers.

Annabella Ohene Djan from GIJ also passed through with a powerful motivational message which got everyone in the room applauding.
Meanwhile, Queen Kakraba and Gifty Ceaser were the 1st and 2nd Runner-Up respectively.
From the Male’s category, Nyanteh Paa Kwesi came 1st as Mr. KKB with Atornawo Yaw Vincent placing 2nd.
Chief Executive Officer for KKB Concepts, (Organisers of Mr. & Miss KKB), Kelly Nii Yartey in a brief encounter with Nambe Media recounted the challenges faced by his team to organize such a great event and how shocked he was to have it held successfully.
“I am very grateful to all those who supported this idea into fruition. It wasn’t an easy task, but we sailed through at the end of the day.”
“…Hopefully, the Team will be looking forward to holding its subsequent competition at the National Theatre.” – He added.

Miss Twebah who is currently pursuing a Diploma in Communication Studies at the Ghana Institute of Journalism could not hide her joy and excitement after the event.
With appreciation to all supporters, she reiterated her commitment to help the needy in the society with her ‘voice and pen’ as a student volunteer and an upcoming Journalist.

Story written by:; Nambe Patrick


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