Thursday, 1 May 2014

Miss Ghana Belgium 2013 Shines A Positive Light On Belgium

Daisy Nita Enyonam, the winner of Miss Ghana Belgium 2013 lands in Ghana her home land, to engage herself in some "reaching out" projects. Daisy was born in 1994 on April in leuven, the famous international student city (Belgium). Her parents are Mavis Tawiah Osabutey and Benjamin Kofi who are from The Greater Accra and Volta Region respectively.

Daisy spent her childhood days in Brussels, where she graduated in tourism in 2012 at Emile Gryson Institute, and at the moment furthering a degree in management assistant at the Ecsedi College in Brussels. Last year on the 5th of July, Daisy was crowned Miss Ghana Belgium among twelve contestants.

Since then, she’s been committed to helping orphans and educating the people of Belgium, about the culture and tradition of Ghana by shinning a positive light on Africa as a whole, a beautiful place to be. Daisy, together with the Ghana European Youth Congress Team are in Ghana at the moment working on projects she has always dream of. In her visit to Ghana, she has been to Remar Orphange to help donate to the orphans with "233times" and "Rolly Panda Music".

Her visit to Ghana has gotten media attention and for this reason she’s been invited to several Ghana National TVstations like TV3, Viasat1 for interviews on "Day" and "This Morning” Show. With her crown, she’s shining a new light on Africans living in Belgium and Europe as a whole. Leave Your Comments Bellow.


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