Miss Lady Nana Yaa Nsarko, the newly crowned Miss Malaika Ghana 2023 Queen, has been appointed ambassador for the 2023/2024 HIV/AIDs Campaign by the Ghana AIDs Commission.
Nana Yaa Nsarko will now create awareness and more about the infection during her reign. Her obligations will be focused on arousing the HIV/AIDs crusade, make an enthusiastic appeal about the need to use condoms for both males and females.
Other than this, the new Queen will also sensitise society to quit stigmatizing people living with the virus.
At the recently ended global celebration of AIDs Day, Miss Lady Nsarko and her runners-up, Miss Fareeda Habib and Enyam Dzandu, joined together to mark the local celebration.
She was then outdoored as the mission diplomat with significant obligations. The Commission referenced that the campaign this year will base on the various communities subsequently the theme during the current year is: ‘Let Communities Lead‘.
At the event was the director general of the Ghana AIDs Commission – Dr. Kyeremah Atuahene who expressed that, the commission was excited about the Queens chosen project and pledged to support her as she embarks on her project throughout and after her reign.
In addition, Miss Lady Nsarko pledged to champion the campaign to spread awareness of HIV/AIDS, encourage self-testing, lessen the stigma associated with it, and, most importantly, eradicate HIV/AIDs by 2030. She was joined by her runner-ups who have, on their part, promised to help her during her project.