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Ms Deborah Nti Appointed Cervical Cancer Ambassador By Ghana Health Service

The Ghana Health Service has appointed Ms Deboarh Amoabea Nti , a final year student of the prestigious Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), as an ambassador for cervical cancer in Ghana.

Hypeghnewsroom sighted a letter signed by the acting Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Patrick Kuma – Aboagye indicating the young lady’s appointment.

The 22 year old representative of the Western region in the 2018’s edition of Ghana’s Most Beautiful had this appointment as a resultĀ  of her hard work, passion and relentless efforts for the fight against cervical cancer in the country.

As an ambassador of the Ghana Health Service, she will work hand – in – hand with other stakeholders to ensure that majority are aware of the deadly disease.

She is the former KNUST Deputy SRC P.R.O. who represented Ghana in the 45th Miss Globe World’s Finals held in China. She is a proud daughter of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST.

On behalf of the entire KNUST Community, we say congratulations, ayekoo and more grease to your elbow in your future endeavors.

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