In a thrilling update, the organizers of the Happy Man Beverages Miss Upper East Ghana pageant have raised the stakes for the 2023 edition by introducing a coveted car prize for the winner. The news was officially revealed on July 17, 2023, via the pageant’s official Facebook page, generating excitement and anticipation among beauty and cultural pageant enthusiasts.
The caption accompanying the announcement read, “Who will be crowned the 6th Queen of Happy Man Bitters Miss Upper East Ghana 2023 and drive away with a brand-new car? #happymanbitters #missuppereastghana2023 #beautyindiversity #6thedition #season6”. This significant milestone marks the first time in the pageant’s history that a winner will be rewarded with such a prestigious prize, adding to the allure of the competition.
Since its inception in 2018, the Happy Man Beverages – Miss Upper East Ghana pageant has grown in stature and gained recognition. Previous winners were granted valuable prizes, including a motorbike in 2018 and 2019, an all-expenses-paid trip to Dubai in 2020, and substantial cash prizes in 2021 and 2022.
As the journey towards crowning the Miss Upper East Ghana 2023 queen commences, all updates and details about the edition will be readily available on the official website of the pageant. Prospective contestants and enthusiasts can expect to find comprehensive information about the 2023 registration process and application forms.
In the 2022 edition, Yintii Esther Yinlomah, affectionately known as Lomah, captivated the judges and audience with her grace, beauty, and eloquence, earning her the title of the queen of Happy Man Bitters – Miss Upper East Ghana. Representing the Talensi District, Lomah also clinched additional titles such as Top Model, Miss Popularity, and Miss Eloquent.
The competition was fierce, with outstanding performances from the first runner-up, Lamisi, representing the Bongo District, and the second runner-up, Zampokma, representing the Nabdam District. Lamisi’s project on reducing maternal deaths in the Upper East Region earned her the Miss Photogenic title, while Zampokma’s dedication to caring for people living with disabilities granted her the title of Miss Tap Hotel, along with an ambassadorship for the esteemed establishment.
The grand finale held in Bolgatanga showcased the rich cultural heritage of the region, incorporating captivating cultural displays and music, including a mesmerizing performance by popular Ghanaian artist B-Wayne. Miss Upper East Ghana, established in 2018, continues to serve as a remarkable platform to promote the cultural values and heritage of the region while empowering young women with essential life skills.
The addition of the car prize for the 2023 winner has heightened the excitement and anticipation surrounding the upcoming edition of Happy Man Beverages – Miss Upper East Ghana. With each passing year, this esteemed pageant evolves, captivating audiences, and providing young women with remarkable opportunities to shine.