Face of Ghana USA, Evelyn Adiepena Ahenkan to undertake charity projects in Ghana


Miss Evelyn Adiepena Ahenkan, Face of Ghana USA

Miss Evelyn Adiepena Ahenkan, Face of Ghana USA

Reigning queen of Face of Ghana USA, Miss Evelyn Adiepena Ahenkan has paid a familiarization visit to Ghana and to introduce herself to the Ghanaian public.

The visit also forms part of her desire to undertake some charity projects in the country to help and support the less privileged in society.

As part of her visit she will be touring the 10 Regions of Ghana promoting love, peace and understanding through entertainment.

Ms Ahenkan will also be working as the face of the pageant‘s foundation “Positive Impact Foundation” (PIF) with the aim of working hand in hand with the government to establish an ultra modern Psychiatric home and rehabilitation Centre to help mentally challenged people.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Face of Ghana USA, Mrs Abigail Semaha said “in some few years to come we want to see ourselves putting up ultra modern psychiatric home in some African countries. We are very optimistic that the good Lord will give us the strength to do so.

The Face of Ghana USA is a pageant dedicated to displaying the intellectual, culture and God fearing Ghanaian ladies based in the United States of America.

The pageant strives to give the women a platform to display their beauty charisma, love for humanitarian work, ethnic culture, talents and of course the fear of the almighty God regardless of their various beliefs and religions, she said.

She added that last year’s event took place in Illinois, Chicago at the Black History Museum Hall where twenty beautiful, talented, eloquent and poised Ghanaian ladies from the 50 states of America came together to display their extraordinary gifts on one platform.

The judges on the day crown 21 year-old Ghanaian-American, Business Administration student of Qunisagamond Community College in Worcester, Massachusetts as the winner of the pageant.

Ms Ahenkan said her work as a beauty queen representing the faces of Ghanaians living abroad brought her to her motherland for the first time.

She will be holding a charity ball on February 14 at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel to raise funds for her charity events.

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