Stephanie Karikari didn’t have to mention this to any reasonable person before the person would figure it out that the once vibrant and competitive Miss Ghana Beauty pageant is pathetically DEAD—and it has been dead for many years.
In a recent interview with Graphic Showbiz, the 2010 Miss Ghana winner said “the Miss Ghana pageant had lost its spark and pride of place under the management of Exclusive Events and is yearning for a return to its finest years when it was one of the most anticipated and most competitive events in the country.”
Stephanie said: “During my time, Miss Ghana used to be one of the most credible beauty pageants in Ghana and everyone was in love with it. But today, no one pays attention to it because of the entire organisation.”
She added: “It used to be organised by Sparrow Productions and, trust me, it was highly competitive. The brand was highly respected and very intelligent ladies came in their numbers for the competition.”
Stephanie Karikari who won her Miss Ghana 2010 crown amidst social media outcry that she was not beautiful enough to represent Ghana and the brand had a piece of advice for the organisers of pageant.
“It will do the organises a lot of good if they take a long break to organise Miss Ghana well. I know I should be speaking good things about the brand but hey, if something is not going well you just have to let it out.”