MISS UEW 2K18: The Journey so far..

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Let’s take a brief recap of MISS UEW 2K18.

A virtuous woman is a feminine personality who crowns herself with dignity, respect, intelligence and creative thinking.
An African woman is a virtuous woman who takes up her daily duties not forgetting the educational, psychological and cultural development of herself and environment.

The theme for this year’s Miss UEW; Redefining a virtuous woman through cultural and educational development.

18 beautiful ladies started the journey to become the next queen of UEW, along the line, 4 ladies dropped due to reasons undisclosed. The launching and unveiling of the delegates and the crown happened on the 23rd February 2018 at the Amu Theatre Central Campus. Massive and cheerful crowd gathered to support their favourite contestants. The contestants gave the best performance from personality profiling to contemporary dance to traditional dance. The cheer from the crowd simply suggested a night to remember.

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The delegates took a presentation project at the Winneba Business School where each contestant selected a topic of choice to present on. Marks were rewarded based on the quality and efforts of the contestants. 4 ladies were evicted leading to 10 ladies sailing through to the grande finale which comes our way on the 28th April 2018 at the Jophus Anamoah Conference Centre. The delegates are currently working on a project titled ” the picture theme” where delegates select a theme or concept of their choice and presented pictures on them.

Come Friday 13th April 2018 at the Simpa JCRC forecourt would be the cooking competition titled “LecDel” cookout where delegates in collaboration with Lecturers of University of Education Winneba, will cook sumptuous meal. You can’t afford to miss this for anything…. Be there to support your favorite contestant cook a delicious and mouthwatering dish.
Miss UEW: Redefining a virtuous woman through cultural and educational development..

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By: Regina Adusei-Brew



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