65th edition of Miss Ghana launched

65th edition of Miss Ghana launched

Exclusive Events Ghana,has launched 65th edition of Miss Ghana.

Audition for this year’s edition would commence in Accra on May, 20,2022 search of those who will make it to the grand finale in July.

Speaking at the launch at Tang Palace Hotel in Accra last Thursday, March 10, 2022, the Deputy Minister of Tourism Arts and Culture, Mr.Mark Okraku Mantey said, the journey to the 65th anniversary of Miss Ghana,had been easy.

According to him, the organisers had fought their way through all of the difficulties COVID-19 had put in their way. 

Mr.Okraku Mantey expressed appreciation to all other organisers who contributed their quota to make of the scheme sustainable.

He said “Such pageant is crucial as it goes beyond ordinary; it is a platform where people get groomed for the next chapter in their lives to positively impact society.”

For this reason the Deputy Minister called on all and sundry to work together for the survival of the pageant, adding that “it is an ecosystem for which a lot of people in the chain benefit.” 

“If you can’t support don’t negate equities others have built: the pageant has a lot of benefit Ghanaians could tap from corporate Ghana,” he said.

Her Ladyship, Justice Julia Sarkodie Mensah, Criminal Justice Expert/Consultant at the Commonwealth Secretariat, Bahamas, said the first president of Ghana, Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah created it after independence to rope in women to impact the lives of others.

On her part, Ms.Inna Patty, Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of Exclusive Events, (organiser) said, the next decade of the pageant would be mind blowing, 

adding that “the 65th edition coincidentally marks 10th anniversary of Exclusive Events.”

She said that their vision of repositioning the brand started 10 years ago, and added that the beauty with purpose agenda was still on course.

Ms.Inna Patty indicated that through the various social interventions, most vulnerable lives had been positively transformed,and contributed significantly to the growth and contribution to national development. 

Reigning Miss Ghana Monique Mawulawe also said, her journey had been on a roller coaster, which had made her more mature and an accomplished queen as she recounted some of the projects she undertook during her reign.

By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme

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