Last Updated on September 19, 2020 by MyGh.Online
Management and staff of the BlueCrest College in Accra has honoured the crowned winner of Miss Ghana 2020, Monique Mawulawe Agbedekpui for raising the college’s flag high in Ghana and beyond.
She was presented a cheque for GHC17,000 in order to enable her accomplish the ambassadorial work as a crowned Queen on a project to benefit society.
Rector of the school, Dr. Anand Agrawal mentioned that Miss Monique has put up a sterling performance to beat other contestants and finally bringing the sash and crown to BlueCrest College, her alma mata.
He stated that there are four pillars of BlueCrest College, including Innovation, Preparation, Technology and Leadership, which equips students who graduate from the school to be industry ready and problem solvers to any society they find themselves.
As part of BlueCrest College’s goals to make positive impacts to the society, Dr. Agrawal charged the beauty queen to also make progress by adding values to society in her ambassadorial projects.
Head of Fashion Department at the College, Madam Mercy Ampofowah Osei expressed joy to have a Miss Ghana from the School of Fashion Design, adding that Miss Monique was enrolled into the higher diploma fashion design in the year 2016 and completed in 2018.
According to Madam Mercy, the beauty queen excelled mostly in practical work as she portrayed creativity and talent in her drawing, which produced extraordinary results in her projects.
Miss Monique expressed gratitude to management BlueCrest College and all for the worthy gesture and support shown to her.
She mentioned that, her projects schedules from now to December, which includes distribution of PPE from next week, blood donation next month, an entrepreneurial section in November for the young ones who could not go to school as others did.
Miss Monique did fashion and design and wants to assist those who would not get the means to pay for their school fees and want to make liquid soap and other products.
She will be having ‘clothe a child in December’, which would be a collaboration with BlueCrest for children who do not have clothes to wear especially during major festivities.
She will be seeking sponsorship as well to embark on the project and also on scoliosis, breast cancer.
She advised the youth to persevere and never allow inferiority complex to ruin their dreams and ambitions.