Three Former Miss Ghana Winners Finally Speak Out: Miss Ghana is An 'Escort Agency'—A Former Beauty Queen Was Asked to Spend A Night in A Man’s House for Money + How Inna Patty Exploits These Young Vulnerable Girls

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Miss Ghana 2013-Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi , Miss Ghana 2010-Stephanie Karikari and Miss Ghana 2015-Antoinette Delali Kemavor

Inna Patty, the current owner of Miss Ghana’s franchise holding company, Exclusive Events Ghana looked into the eyes of Stephanie Karikari, Miss Ghana 2010 in public and said she was too ugly and therefore unfit to be on the same billboard with the then Miss World, Stephanie Karikari has recounted the soul-crushing incident to GhanaCelebrities.Com.
It wasn’t just words; Inna Patty actually made sure it happened.
That’s nothing in the grand scheme of how Inna Patty assaults, abuses, exploits and pimps out the young women her organisation crowns Miss Ghana each year to preying men, in return for sponsorship deals and monies, three former Beauty Queens have said.
Miss Ghana has for many years been boiling in controversies which the Beauty Queens who have received some of the worst treatments in the hands of Inna Patty have failed to publicly speak about—because of fear of what Inna Patty, described as “Manipulative” by Miss Ghana 2015, Antoinette Delali Kemavor would do to them.

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Miss World Team Visits Central Regional Minister…

 

Miss Ghana 2010 Stephanie Karikari, Miss World 2011 Ivian Sarcos and Central Regional Minister Ama Benyiwa Doe
Miss Ghana 2010 Stephanie Karikari, Miss World 2011 Ivian Sarcos and Central Regional Minister Ama Benyiwa Doe

The Miss World team, led by Executive Chairwoman of the Miss World organization Julia Morley has paid a courtesy call on the Central Regional Minister Ama Benyiwa Doe.
The visit formed part of a five-day working visit by the delegation, which also includes Miss World 2011 Ivian Sarcos and her two runner-ups Miss Puerto Rico and Miss England to Ghana, to support the Beauty With a Purpose project by Miss Ghana 2010 Stephanie Karikari.
The team were welcomed by some queen mothers of the traditional area including Nana Ama Amissah of the Mankessim traditional area, Nana Aba Afariwa III, Nana Esi Gyasiwaa, some regional executives of the NDC and Kwame Oppong, Secretary to the Regional Minister.

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