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Antoinette Kelali Kemavor is Miss Ghana 2015 [Result]

Antoinette Kelali Kemavor won Miss Ghana 2015

Antoinette Kelali Kemavor is Miss Ghana 2015

 

20-year-old stunning beauty, Antoinette Kelali Kemavor, was crowned as Miss Ghana 2015 at the end of the national pageant finale. She will now represent Ghana in Miss World 2015 on 19th December in Sanya, China. Antoinette Kelali Kemavor stands 1.79m-tall and is a stunning black beauty. She succeeded Nadia Ntanu who was a Top 25 at Miss World 2014 contest.

Antoinette Kelali Kemavor is Miss Ghana 2015

At the same event, Afua Akrofi was adjudged as the first runner-up Rebecca Asamoah was adjudged as the second runner-up. Ghana debuted in Miss World in 1959 with Star Nyaniba Annan as their first ever representative, who failed to get placement for her country. Since then, Ghana has placed in the finale for only 5 times. Araba Martha Vroom was the first ever delegate to penetrate in Top 15 of Miss World 1967. In 2006, Lamisi Mbillah won Beauty with a Purpose award and became the part of Top 16 finalists. In 2007, Irene Dwomoh placed in Top 16 without any fast track. Ghana received its highest placement in 2013 when stunning Carranzar Shooter placed as second runner-up to Megan Young of Philippines. Finally Nadia Ntanu was a part of Top 25 in Miss World 2014. Ghana has won Beauty with a Purpose twice, first being in 2006 and second time in 2011. They also won Best in Evening Gown award in Miss World 1995 with the courtesy of Manuela Medie.

Know more about Antoinette Kelali Kemavor

Antoinette Kelali Kemavor is Miss Ghana 2015

Antoinette Kelali Kemavor is a Pharmacy student at Central University. She loves serving old aged people and has a very soft corner them [Read about our Initiative on ‘Love Your Parents‘]. She describes herself as beautiful, curious and a daring young lady with a fighting spirit. She has an impeccable smile and hopes to be groomed and trained to boost her confidence. Pageant enthusiast have started believing that she might just be the strongest contender from Africa this year, along with Liesl Laurie from South Africa. What do you think of her chances at Miss World this year? Do you think she will succeed in getting the first ever crown of Miss World for Ghana? DO let us know by commenting below.

Credits: Pageant TV Channel.




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