Nadia Ntanu, Ghana’s representative at this year’s Miss World, has been handed her official car.
Officials of Exclusive Events Ghana, organizers of the Miss Ghana event, presented the car to her at a short ceremony held at their offices in Accra.
The car would serve her numerous movements a lot of good, as she embarks on pre-planned activities ahead of the world finals.
Ntanu, who will be taking on various projects in health and education, gets to keep her official car after her reign, Exclusive Events has said.
Ntanu was the 1st Runner Up in the 2012 event, and has since been announced the 2014 representative for the global event.
Ghana is seeking to improve her 2013 position, where Miss Naa Okailey Shooter placed third ahead of over hundred others.
She is a product of the Pentecost University in Accra. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology.
She represented Ghana at the 2012 Miss ECOWAS pageant in Ivory Coast.
Miss Ntanu also took part in a two-week working visit to India, as part of a sponsored arrangement by the organizers. During her reign as 2012 2nd Runner Up, she embarked on various Charity Projects under the Miss Ghana Foundation.
She is 25 years old, and hails from Manfe Akuapim.
Source: Exclusive Events Ghana