Miss Precious Kyei Bonsu, a 2012 finalist and current host of the Miss Ghana pageant has inked a business solutions deal with Kenyan multinational firm Horizon Offices.

The deal, speculated to run into several thousands of dollars will see her agency (PB Group) manage all things PR/ marketing for the firm.

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With holdings in Nairobi, Lagos, and now Accra, Horizon has quickly become Africa’s foremost office destination, siting outfits in prime locations  to provide the optimum office experience. In Ghana for instance, Horizons is situated at the plush Airport enclave with panoramic views of the Kotoka International Airport and its surroundings.

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Horizon Offices, Ghana. Located on the eight floor

Related:Horizons Offices open for business in Ghana

Horizons Offices Accra is their biggest investment yet, and the decision to set up in Ghana was informed by the general economic and political stability the country has enjoyed for decades now. Ian Kabiru, Founder and Managing Director of the company expresses confidence in the deal, as well as certainty that the PB Group will work hard to change the face of the company and strategically position the brand above its competitors.

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Ian Kabiru, founder and Managing Director of Horizon Offices

Miss Precious Kyei Bonsu, was adjudged Miss Photogenic when she contested, and has since then, gone on to work for Kumasi-based Ultimate FM as presenter and producer, as well as tutoring kids on public speaking. She has also authored four children’s books, and is publisher of Treasure Kids newspaper, among other things.

The co-founder of Speech Masters, while expressing excitement at the honor of this new challenge, claims the deal doesn’t necessarily surprise her as hard work pays;

“I’ve always believed in the tenets of hard work, humility, perseverance and the need to keep learning, and I’ve always worked toward positions where I can be helpful to others, kids especially –because their foundational age is what is most important, and I want to share in that . I’m also one to be very patient as long as I believe in something. It’s about purpose in the end.”

Miss Bonsu’s PB Group handles Public Relations, corporate marketing, and business solutions. They have been associated with Plush Lounge, Joel Orleans, Bisa Kdei, Burna Boy, Focos Hospital, Tap2educate, Hon Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Tv3, Exclusive Events Ghana among others.

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