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China Named As Miss World 2017 Host Nation Against Ghana’s Wish

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Miss World Organization held a press summit to announce China as the next host of the world’s most popular pageantry show and this is not a good news to Ghana, as the Presidency in the past month expressed plans of the Ghana 60 @ Committee to lobby to host the event.

John Abu Jinapor, Deputy chief of Staff and Vice Chairperson of the Ghana @ 60 Committee, made the announcement at the official launch of Miss Ghana @ 60.

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Ghana To Bid To Host Miss World – Government Reveals

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The deputy chief of staff, Abu Jinapor, has revealed that Ghana aims to bid for the hosting rights to the 2017 Miss World pageant.

Speaking at a press conference held to launch the Miss Ghana @ 60 pageant in Accra, Mr Jinapor said that Ghana would try to host the international pageant as part of events to mark the yearlong Ghana @ 60 celebrations.

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Fashion Styles of Miss Ghana 2012 Contestants….

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I take keen interest in the Ms. Ghana competition, and sometimes I have wondered how the selections of the contestants have been made in the previous years. I understand that beauty is not only about the physical appearance, but I know it has so much to with it.
Although, I have never been in attendance at any particular Ms. Ghana pageant, I have had the opportunity to be present during the selection of a Ms. Greater Accra back in 1998. The ladies who represented were nothing to write home about.
To me personally, the whole event scored a “D.” I remember vividly that after the program, I approached the MC and one judge and suggested some improvements to them. I was in attendance with a girlfriend who was also visiting from Canada.  The whole show was a total flop.
I have been closely following the selection of the Ms. Ghana 2012 contestants, and honestly I am so far impressed with the selection.

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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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