Organizers of Miss ECOWAS Peace Pageant, 702 Productions and the 2012 winner of Miss ECOWAS Ghana, Miss Keisha Yamoah Ferguson, have interacted with pupils of the Hallel School Complex in Kaneshie impressing on the kids the need to continually advocate for and practice peace, tolerance, unity and understanding at all times.
Describing them as adorable pupils, Miss Ferguson noted that there is the need for individuals to champion a peaceful course so that Africa and the World at large can live in unity and have respect and love for another.
The 2012 Miss ECOWAS Ghana winner together with 702 Productions later donated items worth millions of Ghana cedis to the Hallel School Complex.
Items donated include, 20 bags of sachet water, bags of rice, Stationeries, boxes of Indomie instant noodles among others.
They also used the occasion to commission a renovated toddlers center for the school.
Corporate and Media Manager of 702 Production, Nii Amarh Amarteifio, in brief speech reminiscence how 702 Productions adopted the school in 2012 and since then has facilitated some of it projects.
The Headmistress of the School expressed her deepest gratitude to 702 Productions for choosing to donate to Hallel School Complex every year and showered God’s abundant blessings and Grace upon the entire production team and the Queen.
Before departing, the 2012 Miss ECOWAS Ghana winner exhibited some “Peacezonto” (her own version of the popular Azonto dance) moves to the admiration of all.
Source: Ambrose Washman/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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