Princess Diana Wedaga Ayongo, a prominent figure in Ghana’s beauty pageant scene, popularly known as Wedaga, has added another feather to her cap by graduating from the University of Ghana with a BA in Political Science and History with a Second Class Upper. The 23-year-old beauty queen juggled her academic work with participating in Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB) 2021 and Miss World Heritage 2022.
Despite her busy schedule as a participant in the Ghana Most Beautiful (GMB) pageant and representing Ghana at the Miss World Heritage beauty pageant in Mumbai, India, Princess Wedaga earned a Second-Class Upper degree.
At just 23 years old, Princess Wedaga has already accomplished a lot in both the academic and beauty pageant worlds. She represented the upper east region in the 2021 Ghana Most Beautiful pageant and won the third runner-up position. Her eloquence and charisma landed her a spot to represent Ghana at the Miss World Heritage beauty pageant in 2022, where she emerged as the Miss World Heritage Beauty with Purpose crown winner.
Speaking to TimbiaGH, Princess Wedaga said that her journey to graduation was not easy, but the grace of God carried her. She revealed that she balanced her academic commitments with her other responsibilities by multitasking and taking things one step at a time.
Wedaga thanked her family, friends, lecturers, fans, and sponsors for their support and encouragement throughout her journey. She also advised young girls to pursue their dreams and not let anything stop them. “You can do anything you set your mind to. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise. Be confident, be bold, and be beautiful,” she said.
With her latest accomplishment, Princess Wedaga is setting her sights even higher. She expressed her desire to achieve even greater things in her academic and social life, saying she is determined to reach new heights and earn more laurels. Princess Wedaga’s achievement is a testament to the fact that hard work and dedication can take you far, regardless of your challenges. As she continues to pursue her dreams, she will undoubtedly inspire other young women in Ghana and beyond.