Former Miss Ghana, Stephanie Karikari launches #ISpeakForPeace campaign

Former Miss Ghana, Stephanie Karikari launches #ISpeakForPeace campaign

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Miss Ghana 2010 winner Stephanie Karikari has officially launched a peace campaign themed #ISpeakForPeace ahead of this year’s general elections.


Stephanie launched the campaign at Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra on Thursday, November 3.  She kicked off the journey to promote peace before, during and after the December 7 elections with the help of her foundation, Life, and a few friends.

Miss Karikari speaking at the event disclosed that she spent three months to record the campaign messages of prominent personalities in the country.

Popular among the personalities who had peace messages for Ghanaians captured on tape include Jon Benjamin, Kofi Amoabeng, Bola Ray, KOD, Giovanni Caleb, Chief Dele Momodu, Efya, Nana Aba Namoah, Mark Okreku Mantey, Sandra Ankobiah, Becca, Jay Foley, Doreen Andoh, Henry Adofo and many others.

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When questioned how she fund the #ISpeakForPeace campaign, Stephanie said: “it’s self-financed project.” She continued to say that she will not accept a penny from any political party should they approach to help her campaign.

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Present at the launch of the #ISpeakFoPeace campaign were UT Boss, Kofi Amoabeng, actress Bibi Bright, Irene Logan, actor Henry Adofo, Jot Agyemang, the Chairman of the National Media Council, Mr Gyan Apenteng, and the media.






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