Registration for the highly anticipated 6th Edition of the Happy Man Bitters – Miss Upper East Ghana beauty and cultural pageant is now open! Organized by Ayelbis Events and proudly sponsored by Happy Man Bitters, this prestigious event provides a platform for young women in the Upper East region to showcase their beauty, intelligence, and cultural heritage as they compete for the grand prize.
If you’re a beautiful, smart, and culturally endowed young woman dreaming of becoming the next Queen of Happy Man Bitters – Miss Upper East Ghana, don’t miss this chance! Simply head over to the official Facebook page and download the Miss Upper East Ghana App from the Google Play Store. iOS users can register through the dedicated link provided. The registration period will be from July 17 to August 18, 2023.
This year, the pageant is even more thrilling, with the announcement of a fabulous car as the grand prize for the 2023 winner. The stakes are higher, and the competition promises to be fierce. The pageant has gained popularity and significance over the years, celebrating the rich cultural heritage of the Upper East region.
The reigning queen, Yintii Esther Yinlomah (Lomah), who represented the Talensi District, stole hearts during the 2022 edition in Bolgatanga. Her grace, beauty, and eloquence won her not only the coveted crown but also titles like Top Model, Miss Popularity, and Miss Eloquent, making her a true queen.
Alongside the prestigious crown, winners are rewarded with cash prizes and incentives to support their projects. Lomah received Ghc 12,000.00 for her road safety awareness project, Lamisi was awarded Ghc 7,000.00 for her work on reducing maternal deaths, and Zampokma received a Table Top Fridge along with her ambassadorship.
Don’t miss out on this incredible experience that empowers young women with essential life skills while promoting the cultural values and heritage of the region. The pageant offers not just a chance to win a car but also an opportunity to shine bright with beauty, intelligence, and cultural pride