Leticia Yirenkyi crowned face of UPSA

By Majesty 3 Min Read

The University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) witnessed the coronation of Miss Leticia Adwoa Yirenkyi as the Face of UPSA 2024 on a glamorous and purposeful evening at the Ohene Konadu Auditorium.

The Prince Sadat Change-Makers Foundation (PSF), PSLA Africa, and the UPSA SRC Women’s Commission collaborated to organise the event, which was a shining example of gender equality and young empowerment.

In a touching Facebook post, PSF’s founder and chairman expressed the foundation’s gratitude for supporting the competition not just financially but also by enhancing the participants’ understanding of important topics like woman empowerment and climate change.

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The Foundation provided a noteworthy gift, demonstrating its dedication to empowering people and promoting education to create a better society.

The event served as a stage to highlight the potential, strength, and intelligence of young women rather than merely being a pageant.

Among the skilled competitors, Ms. Leticia Adwoa Yirenkyi won with her poise and vision, and she will have the privilege of representing the Prince Sadat Change-Makers Foundation as their brand ambassador for the upcoming year.

Assuring that the occasion not only celebrated beauty but also acted as a catalyst for significant change, the foundation’s chairman emphasised in his announcement the cooperative effort with UPSA WOCOM and PSLA Africa.

Establishing a Memorandum of Understanding that outlined the commitment to women empowerment and climate awareness as well as the shared objectives solidified the collaboration.

Special thanks were extended to the UPSA SRC Women’s Commissioner, Miss Nihad Titiaka Oases Ibrahim, and the Deputy SRC Women’s Commissioner, Miss Joycelyn Lassey, for their extraordinary perseverance and dedication in overcoming obstacles to make the event a success.

“History will surely remember them fondly for their contribution to empowering women and promoting gender equality,” said Chairman Prince A. A. Sadat, praising their efforts.

As PSF’s newest Brand Ambassador, Miss Yirenkyi will collaborate with the organisation on initiatives related to charity, leadership, education, gender equality, and climate change.

These programmes, which are referred to as the foundation’s five signature programmes, are Impact Oasis, Future Forge, Lead Legacy, Green Pulse, and She Rise, in that order.

The competition showcased the participants’ beauty and skill, but it also demonstrated the cooperative nature of groups that are dedicated to changing the world.

With Miss Yirenkyi in charge of its ambassadorial operations, the Prince Sadat Change-Makers Foundation is looking forward to an exciting year ahead as it advances its objective of youth empowerment and societal transformation.

With an eye towards 2024, the foundation is planning to start projects that will hopefully contribute to a more equal society and a better future for young people, with the help of other partners and its visionary leader.

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