Miss Amachim, from Paga-Nania, emerged victorious after a night of battling five other contestants in the various categories of the contest.
Per the words of the judges, Miss Samiratu’s overall performance coupled with her votes percent put her ahead of the other competitors.
The beautiful queen Samiratu rode home a brand new motorbike as her prize. She was also adjudged the most eloquent contestant and the personality of the year.
The first runner up was Vanessa Wewoli Timbabymuya, 21, a student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Timbabymuya, from Paga-Nakolo, took home a new table top refrigerator and a certificate of participation.
Apuri Gladys Wesoamo, 20, from Paga-Zenga and a student of the College of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Sciences, Nalerigu, secured the third position and walked home with a new table top refrigerator and a certificate of participation.
Lawrencia Adatu placed fourth. She was given a consolation prize and a certificate of participation.
This year’s Miss Paga Beauty Pageant held at the Paga Motel was on the theme, “Promoting development through Pageantry”.
BossMan Records, organisers of the event, expressed satisfaction that it came off successfully.