Japanese beauty wins Miss Tourism World 2022 as Ghanaian Emmanuella Apuri defers Miss Tourism World Africa

  • The 2nd Princess Miss Tourism Ghana 2019 Emmanuella Awedana Apuri was crowned Miss Tourism Africa on December 10, 2022
  • The research assistant and philanthropist represented Ghana in the Miss World Tourism competition in Vietnam
  • Japanese beauty Erina Hanawa was crowned Miss Tourism World 2022 in the final held in Vinh Yen city.

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On Saturday, December 10 in Vinh Phuc, Vietnam, Erina Hanawa, a 29-year-old Japanese-Filipina beauty representing Japan, was named Miss Tourism World 2022.

First place winner Justine Felizarta of the Philippines, Le Thi Huong of Vietnam, Iana Sharikova of Russia and Adeduro Adetola of Nigeria were the runners-up (fourth).

Hanyu Zhang from China, Emmanuella Apuri from Ghana, Ade Yunita from Indonesia, Maria Carmen Crescenzi from Italy, Delvina Katerina Luther from Singapore, Pakinee Duangpattra from Thailand and Duygu Cerit from Turkey finished among the top 12 semi-finalists.

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Japanese beauty wins Miss Tourism World 2022 as Ghanaian Emmanuella Apuri defers Miss Tourism World Africa
Emmanuella Awedana Apuri has been named Miss Tourism World Africa 2022 in Vietnam. source: @misstourismghana @a_w3_da_na
Source: Instagram

The continental crowns went to Hazel Zuiga Pinedo from Colombia (Miss Tourism America), Pakinee Duangpattra from Thailand (Miss Tourism Asia), Emmanuella Apuri from Ghana (Miss Tourism Africa) and Duygu Cerit from Turkey (Miss Tourism Europe).

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In an Instagram post from Miss Tourism Ghana, they shared a post with Emmanuelle Apuri’s gorgeous photo captioned,

We are Miss Tourism world Africa 2022 and we made the Top 12. Congratulations to us. @a_w3_da_na Bravo, you have made us proud. We look forward to meeting you for a party. Glory. Thank you all for your support and encouragement. God bless you Miss Tourism Ghana 2022, it’s time to reveal your true beauty, we are the heart ❤️ of Ghana!!

Some social media users sent congratulatory messages to Miss Tourism Ghana

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The crown awaits you, my queen. go for green ❤️


Congratulations Queen


It’s just the doing of the Lord and it’s wonderful in our eyes


Congratulations Awedana




Congratulations ❤️ @a_w3_da_na you made us proud


Congratulationsssssssss, @a_w3_da_na ❤️❤️❤️❤️✨

Emmanuella Apuri looks royal in an African print dress

The beauty queen looked stunning in a yellow and green sleeveless gown. The Tourism Ambassador rocked her natural tresses as she styled her looks with red drop earrings.

Miss Tourism World Africa Emmanuel Apuri kills in a beautiful dress

The northern beauty wore a cute African print dress showing off her smooth skin for this photo shoot. The eloquent model inspired us the natural long locs hairstyle for Christmas parties.

A Ghanaian doctor with 4 children will represent Ghana in the Mrs. World in Las Vegas

Previously, YEN.com.gh wrote about a knowledgeable Ghanaian model and doctor, Dr Ellen Osei James, who is the first person to represent Ghana at Miss World.

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The fashionable model is a two-time Ivy League graduate (masters and doctorate from Columbia University) who has been married to a military spouse for three years and has four children together.

Dr. Ellen James will represent Ghana in the international competition which will take place on December 17, 2022 in Las Vegas.

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