Emmaryn Djentuh will represent the Ghana at the 2020 Miss Earth virtual competition in November.

The 26-year-old professional model from Accra succeeds last year’s titleholder Abena Appiah.

“As an advocate for environmental protection and ambassador of Eco Earth Foundation Ghana, I urge us all to show more love to our planet through the tiny but greatest acts of hygiene; do not litter, use less or avoid plastics if you can; plant more and observe all Covid -19 safety protocols,” Djentuh posted on Instagram.

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“The earth is all we have in common”- Wendell Berry. •Being crowned as the ultimate queen of the first decade of Miss Earth Ghana is such a great honour with immeasurable delight. 🌱💦🌍🔥 👸🏽 👑 🇬🇭💚 As an advocate for environmental protection and ambassador of Eco Earth Foundation Ghana, I urge us all to show more love to our planet through the tiny but greatest acts of hygiene; do not litter, use less or avoid plastics if you can; plant more and observe all Covid -19 safety protocols. I’m glad to announce that as the newly appointed Eco Angel, I represent Ghana in the @missearth 2020 pageant. #missearthghana2020 #missearth #reuse #recycle #ghana #2020 #queen #africa #air #libra #fire #water #earth #gown #beauty #brown BEAUTIES FOR A CAUSE Special thanks to my team; Eco Earth Foundation, First Royal Ltd, Universal Motors, IMAX Media, the Environmental Protection Agency,all sponsors,family,friends and supporters. 💄: @shannonghansah 👗: @fdfashionhouse88 📸: @iam_asiekwu

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Djentuh is the president of Hearts Menders Christian Organization for nine years, an entity that helps the unprivileged in society usually making anonymous donations and grooming of young people.

Ghana has yet to win the Miss Earth crown. It currently ranks 76th in Missosology Big5 Ranking. Missosology.Org; Photos from Emma Djentuh page

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