Minister warns Miss Ghana Organisers, says Pageant not a Breeding Hub for ‘Ashawo’ Girls

Barbara Ayisi
Hon. Barbara Ayisi

Minister cautions Miss Ghana

Miss Ghana has in recent times been hit by a lot of scandals, forcing some of the beauty queens to quit.

The most recent one was the first runner-up Sarah Odei Amoani, who according to reports resigned because of unbearable demands from the organisers Exclusive Events Ghana, headed by Inna Patty.

In reaction to this, Hon. Barbara Ayisi, the Deputy Minister of Works and Housing has cautioned organisers to be careful because the Miss Ghana beauty pageant was not aimed at promoting promiscuity among young girls.

With a personal experience in beauty pageantry, the MP for Cape Coast North expressed her disappointment in the organisers for the numerous allegations leveled against them.

The Honourable Minister made this comment in an interview with blogger Zionfelix at the recently-held Ghana Actors and Entertainers Awards.

The likes of Stephanie Karikari (Miss Ghana 2010), Antoinette Delali Kemavor (Miss Ghana 2015), Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi (Miss Ghana 2013) and Margaret Dery (Miss Ghana 2017) are among the beauty queens who have resigned, with almost similar reason.

Ms. Inna Patty has been described as a manipulative pimp who runs a glorified escort agency masquerading around as a beauty pageant.

Watch the full interview below:

Source: Yaw Sarpong |


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