The maiden episode of the Miss Ghana 2012 television diaries aired over the weekend on ETV.
Exclusive Events Ghana, organizers of the Miss Ghana pageant today announced, adding that the “Miss Ghana Diaries” will offer a uniquely refreshing experience that will get viewers glued to their sets.
The diaries is a compilation of the various activities that has characterized this year’s event including corporate visits, tours, photo shoot sessions and exclusive behind-the-scene shots as well as other thrilling features.
“It is an opportunity for the viewing public to see what we’ve been up to all this while, and also what Miss Ghana 2012 is all about,” Inna Maryam Patty, CEO, Exclusive Events Ghana said.
“It promises to be exciting and refreshing in many aspects,” she adds.
The Miss Ghana 2012 Diaries air on Fridays and Sundays at 9pm on ETV, and also on CineAfrik (Multi TV) on Sundays, 3pm and Homebase TV (on Smart TV) on Saturdays 7:30pm and Mondays 8:00pm.
The organizers have also announced that it will soon air on GTV and VIASAT 1.
Miss Ghana 2012 is powered Exclusive Events Ghana, with support from Manet Properties, Auto Plaza Ltd, Reflexion Hair care, Africa Cola, Fidelity Bank, Whirlpool, FC Skin & Beauty Klinik, Special Ice Mineral Water, Accents & Arts, TT Brothers, Edern Security, Intercom Programming & Manufacturing Company Limited (IPMC), Capture – Your Memory Bank Total Fitness Health Club, ATL Fabrics, Golden Tulip Hotel, Danny’s Décor, Dockers Energy Drink, Aquimiini, Enda Foods, Moët & Chandon , Active Media, Amazing U, Details by Naomi, Naadei Morgan, Poqua Poku, Anasimba by Zita, Ciba, INKA, Nubian Vogue, and NDYTSI.
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