The grand finale of the fifth edition of Miss Agriculture Ghana has been held at Adeiso in the Eastern Region.
This year’s event, under the theme “Women in Agribusiness Festival 2022”, was characterised by a week-long activity that ended with the grand finale on Friday, the 10th of June.
A total of five young ladies showcased their interests and projects in agriculture that they hoped to pursue after the contest, eloquence in articulating issues, and their general appearance to impress the judges to be able to lift the crown as the overall winner.
Hannah Larten, an agriculturalist from the Upper East Region, who processes cassava and plantain into fine flour, emerged the winner of the 5th edition of the pageant after beating four of her close contenders to lift the crown.
The other contestants were Clara Shaibu, a student of the University of Cape Coast who processes organic waste into charcoal or briquette who came second, and Asantewaa Martha, a fashion designer and processor of cashew apple into juice who took the third position.
Adzomani Ama Jochebed, a student of the University of Energy and Natural Resources, placed fourth with a project on processing soya bean into fine powder for juice and other tasty meals
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