The unveiling of the most patronised pageantry christened ‘Miss Ghana’ has finally been unveiled at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra.
Over the years Miss Ghana as a pageantry has awarded competent contestant to represent Ghana at the Miss World.
This year’s 2018 Miss Ghana themed ‘Giving Life to the Lifeless,’ seeks to touch lives.
Chief Executive Officer of Exclusive Events Ghana, organisers of the Miss Ghana beauty pageant, Inna Mariam Patty said allegations made by former beauty queens that they were pimped to raise money for the organization and none of these people who have made those allegations against the Miss Ghana brand have been able to prove it.
She asked that anyone who had concerns about their work should provide evidence.
“Once you’ve alleged, you need to prove it. As for us, we are very happy to take it to the law enforcement agencies. But based on those allegations, as far as we are concerned, out a legal team is handling it,” she noted.
According to her, her lawyers are currently handling the issue and would want the law to take its course.
A few months ago, allegations of physical and sexual abuse were made by Margaret Dery (Miss Ghana 2017), Stephanie Karikari (Miss Ghana 2010), Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi (Miss Ghana 2013) and Antoinette Delali Kemavor (Miss Ghana 2015) against the organisers.
With regards to the resignation of the 2017 Miss Ghana queen, Magaret Dery, Inna intimated that even though it was an unfortunate situation, she could not tell why Magaret took that decision.