Several people have contacted me to say the 2015 Miss Ghana was a scam and that the dumbest contestant-Delali Kemavor won—to me, all the contestants are credulous, I mean equally dumb.
And to all those who have contacted me, I have said, if you are credulous enough to take part in a beauty pageant in a 21st century, Miss Ghana for that matter and expect fair play—then you need mental evaluation.
It has always been like this but in recent times, folks like myself aided by previous winners and contestants have exposed in the media the deep seated rot, disgust and scam associated with pageantry in Ghana, especially Miss Ghana and Miss Universe.
And if you ignored all that to take part, expecting to be treated fairly, somewhat different from the norm, then you are have a problem, not the organisers.
Young women should aspire for measurable achievements and do something worthy with their lives.
It’s 2015; pageantry is irrelevant! Stop drinking that kool-aid of desperation.
Inna Patty and the rest are running a business, so use your head.
~Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri