All is now set for the first-of-its-kind beauty pageant in Ghana, Miss Enterprise Ghana, an initiative of the Abimah Foundation, a female advocacy and empowerment movement championing human inclusion and gender equality.
Miss Enterprise Ghana (MEG), is a contest for young, beautiful, culture-oriented and business-smart girls between the ages of 18 to 30, who are ambitious, passionate and have start-up or business ideas that are scalable.
Briefing newsmen in Accra, Mr. Elijah Oduro, General Manager of 3D Events Management said successful applicants will be required to develop and present a business plan, amongst other activities, with the overall best emerging as winner with a cash prize of $2000 to start up the presented business and other business promotional activities worth $500.
According to him, winners in other categories will get consolation prizes and funding opportunities.
Considering the high level of moral decadence and unemployment amongst the youth of today, especially young girls, Abimah Foundation is organizing the Miss Enterprise Ghana pageant as an initiative to inspire smart and hardworking young girls who are seeking legitimate means to success without compromising morals.