Despite the speculations that either Regina Van Helvert or Sadia would win the cash, crown and car accompanying the Miss Malaika at 10 title, a not-so-surprising to some of us turn took place as the youngest contestant ever in the beauty pageant was crown the winner amidst flashing light and aplomb.
She is an 18 year old graduate of St. Mary’s Senior High School in Accra, Ghana and a first year student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology studying Political Science and French.She’s 25% Ga from Jamestown and a 75% Ewe from Keta coming from a family of four and the last born of two children.Sharon loves listening to gospel, inspirational music and a little bit of hip-life, cooking, making friends and dancing. She is phlegmatic, even-tempered, jovial, humble, modest and very GOD-fearing.
She aspire to be a solicitor, a freelance and TV commercial model in future. Her philosophy of life is to take every opportunity which presents itself and make the very best of it, and that’s what inspired her participation in Miss Malaika Ghana 2012.
I believe it is a very great opportunity for me, and the best that has come my way so far. Also, being a prestigious, reputable and highly recognized pageant, makes it the best platform for me to develop my personality, get transformed positively and most importantly, embark on a project which is so dear to my heart; BRAIN TUMOR! It is dear to my heart because i lost my best friend to a brain tumor last year on the 24th of July and It was a devastating and heartbreaking moment for me. I therefore want to do this in loving memory of her and to do my very best to help needy brain tumor patients especially the youth, to the best of my ability, and i’m going to take things step by step with God’s help.
One time runner up of the same pageant expressed her delight at how she answered questions during the Q ^ A with Kafui Dey.