Auditions for Miss Malaika 2019 Set for Saturday 27th July

One of Ghana’s most consistent pageants, with no issues of failure to provide prizes to contestants, Miss Malaika, has finally officially opened its doors to fresh applicants for this year’s edition. The auditions are scheduled for the 27th of July 2019 at Tomreik Hotel at exactly 7am in side East Legon, Accra. The organizers of the pageant, Charter House (Gh) have cautioned the public on person’s pretending to be officials from the pageant with the aim of selling registrations forms to interested applicants. They stated that registration for Miss Malaika Pageant 2019 is absolutely free, therefore, young ladies should be aware of such fraudsters. The organizers added that registration is solely online.

The purchase of entry forms for beauty pageants in Ghana is ‘no news’, however, organizers of the Miss Malaika Pageant, have strongly insisted on the non-sale of registration forms or payments to officials as a way of gaining entry to the pageant. “The audition is absolutely free! No forms are being sold so beware of scammers. Go to to register and if you are having problems registering, just send us a direct message on the Malaika Instagram page and we will get in touch with you asap”, a statement from Charter House read.

The organizers of Miss Malaika 2019 also reminded applicants of certain areas that may help them in scoring more points during the screening process as well as some other helpful strategies. “Avoid the bridal makeup; minimal and light makeup will be more appropriate. The attire is white tank top, jeans and heels so kindly take note of the dress code. Remember to eat a big breakfast and pack something edible along as it could be a long day so come prepared, and ready to wow the judges”, a statement from the organizers read.

Miss Malaika 2019 has already generated some interest among young ladies on social media and organizers are anticipating quite a turnout of young intelligent ladies at the auditions on Saturday.

By Patience Owusu Ansah

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