The search for beautiful, bold and intelligent young ladies took an exciting start a couple of weeks ago and the judges have finally gone through the difficult processes of selecting the perfect 16 to partake in the competition.
Ladies numbering over 500 turned up to be auditioned for the eighth edition of Miss Malaika Ghana. The audition was quiet an exciting scene as ladies walked up-stage and cat walked from one end of the state to the other.
The number was slashed down to, 65 and then eventually to 25. Each of the selected 25 ladies read out a two minute speech describing themselves and their individual goals if they were selected as Malaika queen.
Finally, the judges came out with their list of 16 successful candidates who were able to go through each stage of the competition confidently and intelligently. It’s a dream come true for these selected sixteen ladies and definitely a new beginning of adventure for them as they step into luxury, fame and fortune.
While in the competition they ladies would be taken through weekly tasks and evictions .The overall winning queen to take over from Ama Nettey (Miss MALAIKA Ghana 2010) would have a fantastic grand package; the Car, the Cash and the enviable Miss Malaika Crown that would completely transform her life forever.
The lucky 16, would be outdoored in a grand launch come Tuesday 23th August at the Ultra-Modern Gh-One studios in Accra. Meanwhile, the just ended audition process is being aired on Gh-One TV daily for viewers to follow the process closely. The 8th edition of Miss Malaika Ghana is sponsored by UB Hair Relaxer, RANA Motors, Simbins Furniture, Sleek make-up and Powered by Gh-One.
On the flip side, the current Malaika queen, Ama Nettey launched out again to the children of Orphan Aid at Dodowa. Her first visit to them was in February this year when she organized a pre Valentine’s Day party for them.
During her visit, she promised to clothe the children in ABC Wax fabrics and true to her words, she has fulfilled her promise to them.
In a brief but beautiful ceremony last Monday, Miss Nettey presented beautifully designed clothes to the Children and it was received with such excitement and appreciation from the management of the orphanage.
Also in the pipeline, the beauty queen would be donating assorted food items, provisions and mattresses from latex foam to Rhema Ghana and the Village of Hope Orphanage.