Miss Supranational Ghana 2020 Top 3 Hot Picks

03 Sep 2020 | Camilla Suarez

The organization of Miss Supranational Ghana will be hosting the grand finale of Miss Supranational Ghana 2020 on 4th September 2020 at Christ The King, Ghana at 5:00PM. The delegates from all over the country will compete for the national crown as well as an opportunity to represent the country at Miss Supranational 2020 stage.

The organization has revealed the names of the finalists who will be competing for the title. This year’s batch boasts of talented, strong, and determined women who will surely give each other a tough competition. We’ve selected the top candidates who we feel have the potential to win the title and represent Ghana at Miss Supranational 2020 stage.

Lydia Sawda is a graphic designer and a makeup artist who wishes to bring happiness and positivity in the communities which have nothing to look forward in life especially during the pandemic. She recently celebrated her birthday and shared a beautiful message on her social media that stated, “I wish myself peace, smiles, and excellent mood. Let all the bad things go aside, may I overcome the hardships of life with ease, let every day of this new year of life will be filled with joy and happiness. Let there be good hope and infinite love.”  She is strong and focused toward winning.



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Gabriella Serwaa Mackay believes that if someone needs to achieve their dreams, they must work hard for them and she is no different. She mentioned, “Giving up is not a choice, anything is possible when you look into your heart.” She wants to use her platform to help the people who are in need and want to urge everyone to step forward in doing the same.



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Veronica Adu Nti is not new to pageantry as she has represented Ghana at Miss Eco International 2018 and was appreciated for her strong performance but unfortunately wasn’t placed. She was also the first runner-up at Miss Eco Tourism Ghana 2014, and is a professional makeup artist who loves to cook and sing in her free time. She describes herself as hard working, disciplined and a good team player who aspires to become a great woman of substance and impact lives. She feels that beauty pageants are a great platform to make a positive impact on the people and try to change the society for good.



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