This coming Saturday at the National Theatre in Accra, Miss Malaika Ghana 2019 will showcase 10 ladies of Ghanaian origin to compete for the prestigious title of Miss Malaika Ghana 2019. Predictions are high for the overall winner to emerge from the University of Ghana as half of the top 10 finalists are students from the institution. However, the Head of Communications of the organizers of the pageant, Charter House (Gh). has stated that the criteria was fair and selection was done by strictly following the rules of the competition.
Miss Malaika Ghana pageant has risen to becoming arguably the most patronized and exciting pageant in Ghana. Its engaging and intellectual reality TV show that telecasts activities of the participants from auditioning to the Grand finale, encourages public involvement. With the inevitable evictions that accompany the journey to the final top 10 delegates, the emotions of some fans or supporters are evoked. This year was no different as some fans felt the need to reconsider the eviction of some of the contestants. However, the Head of Communications of Charter House (Gh). George Quaye, in an exclusive interview with Shine Publications, stated that the process has been fair till the end. “Miss Malaika has over the years allowed young ladies to become better versions of themselves. The first and most important requirement at every stage is confidence. But other factors such as education, facial beauty, physique, eloquence and unique skills, are added advantages that go a long way in determining who gets crowned at the end of the day. And so, the team have rules and regulations that they follow to the letter, and this has been the standard right from the inception of Miss Malaika Ghana”, he explained.
This years top 10 Finalists for Miss Malaika Ghana are Alma (University of Ghana) , Esi (University of Ghana) , Fynnba (Entrepreneur), Habiba (Radford University College) , Hamdiya (Beauty and Lifestyle Blogger) , Juliet (Model and Caterer), Kimberly (University of Ghana) , Mbord (Ghana Institute of Journalism), Phyllis (University of Ghana) and Sophie (University of Ghana). All 10 finalists will perform tasks and answer questions from a panel of judges in front of a live audience at the Grand finale this Saturday.
By Jerry Wonder