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Entertainment of Wednesday, 11 April 2018


Ghana's Most Beautiful Baaba Botchway signs GHC200,000 deal with Kingdom Billionaires

Kingdom Billionaires Limited (KB), has signed a contract to support the ‘Mental Health Education project, an initiative of reigning Ghana’s Most Beautiful queen, Baaba Botchway with GH¢200,000.

The Kingdom Billionaires Limited which aim is to uplift the financial status of humanity through the financial literacy and financial opportunities which they sell online (TBN).

The project manager for Baaba, Mr Prince Darkey, said being the organisers of Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant, his outfit was delighted to be associated with the worthy cause in the interest of women.

The contract came with a package of GH¢10,000 worth for her image right, using her on their website and project T-Shirts.

Mr. Tony Y. Kwateng, the CEO of Kingdom Billionaires Limited – said the gesture formed part of the company’s corporate social responsibility.

Signing the contract to Mrs Baaba, he said as a consumer-oriented company, Kingdom Billionaires was very pleased to hear that the Ghana’s Most Beautiful queen had initiated a project to curb Mental Health Education.

Explaining the company’s desire to support the project, he said Kingdom Billionaires is a brand that supports young people in their journey to freedom through education and passive income.

“We will ensure that we have a cordial relationship with this project and ensure that the company and brand are well positioned on the local and international market,” he added.

“We appreciate your initiative and wish you all the best in your drive to get funding for it,” he said.

Baaba Botchway expressed her gratitude to the management of Kingdom Billionaires for the support and urged other companies to emulate the kind gesture.

According to her, the project, which begun some year ago, was progressing steadily.

Other previous Ghana’s Most Beautiful participants are involved in various projects including attainment of the Millennium Development Goals, environmental protection, proper sanitation, girl-child education among others.