Margaret Dery wins Miss Ghana 2017

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Margaret Dery,  a representative of the Upper West Region, has been crowned winner of Miss Ghana 2017 competition.

The much-anticipated Miss Ghana 2017 beauty pageant was held on Saturday night (October 7) at the State House’s Banquet Hall in Accra.

The second and first runner up went to Marigold Frimpong (Ashanti Region) and Priscilla Nana Akua Gameli (Eastern Region) respectively.

Other winners of the night include:

1. Miss Top Model — Perpetual Acquah (Central Region)

2. Miss Talent — Margaret Dery (Upper West Region)

3. Miss Congeniality — Marigold Frimpong (Ashanti Region)

4. Miss Photogenic and Miss Beauty Skin — Priscilla Gameli (Eastern Region)

5. Miss fitness — Perpetual Acquah

6. Miss Beach Beauty and Eloquence — Millicent Dzudzor (Western Region)

7. Beauty With a Purpose Competition — Margaret Dery (Upper West)

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