Ghana's Miss Commonwealth ::: Princess Duncan

Pageants in general highlight appearances as an important factor of character. That’s why I say “the more beautiful the inside one maintains for oneself, the more attractive she presents to others.
It was in 2012 when I participated in Miss Nugua beauty contest. Later in that same year through to 2013, i saw myself competing with my teen colleagues in the contest of Miss Teen Ghana where i won the Miss Teen Earth category. Two years later, I participated in Miss Earth Ghana beauty pageant. My desire pushed me to participate in Miss Global Beauty Queen in Korea in the year 2016 where I obtain the crown of Miss Peace Ambassador and also came home with two golden medals. 2017, tagged as my year of accomplishment brought me the crown of Miss Commonwealth Ghana and the most fortune, Miss Commonwealth international in London.
I am now the national director for Commonwealth organisations, West Africa and the national director for Miss Commonwealth Ghana.
The reason behind my participation in numerous pageantry was to obtain a platform to impact lives positively. Specifically preaching for peace, reaching out to the poor and helping the less privileged.

VISION

My vision is to bring together all Commonwealth beauty queens on a single platform to purposely task ourselves on activities to help the Commonwealth nations attain the SDG’s of the United nations.
I am more passionate in fighting poverty.

Reason for hosting Miss Commonwealth Ghana 2018 edition is to bring together passionate and talented young women ready and willing to impact others lives positively.

Other Categories to be hosted

Miss Teen Ghana, Mr. Commonwealth and lastly Mrs. Commonwealth which is a new pageantry solely for married women who seek to be on the stage of pageantry to help fulfill their mission of impacting lives through beauty contest. Will end by saying, marriage shouldn’t be a barrier for becoming a beauty queen.

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