Miss Ghana 2012 scouting process begins!

Source: OBED BOAFO - Modernghana.com
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Source: OBED BOAFO - Modernghana.com

3/15/2012 11:59:51 AM -

Scouting for contestants of the Miss Ghana 2012 beauty pageant began today the 14th of March 2012.

Adi Plahar, a professional model instructor and trainer, will lead a team of scouts to all ten regions of Ghana to identify young, savvy, exceptionally beautiful and intelligent ladies for the 2012 edition.

Plahar's team began their search in the Western and Central regions today, March 14 and would wrap up on Friday March 16th, after which they will storm other regions.

The main purpose according to event organizers Exclusive Events Ghana is to create an impressive database of potential queens long before the main auditions that will be held immediately after the grand launch. The grand launch is scheduled to take place few weeks from now.

Inna Mariam Patty, CEO, Exclusive Events Ghana reiterated that: 'The scouting process will ensure we have the right caliber of contestants prior to the main auditions. The scouts are to identify exceptionally beautiful and intelligent young ladies with the passion to not only advance their lives but those of the less privileged in society.

The organizers of the most prestigious pageant believe this is a novelty in the history of the event and are hopeful the scouting process will produce tremendous results.

'Still the most internationally recognized and esteemed beauty pageant in Ghana, this year's edition promises to be one of a kind,' Exclusive Events Ghana has promised.

With guaranteed fun and a never-to-be-forgotten life-changing experience in store, Miss Ghana 2012, is sure to provide quality entertainment.

Below is the schedule for the scouting process.

DATES
14th-16th MARCH 2012 WESTERN & CENTRAL
16th-18th MARCH 2012 UPPER EAST
18th - 20th MARCH 2012 UPPER WEST
20th - 22nd MARCH 2012 NORTHERN
22nd -24th MARCH 2012 BRONG AHAFO
24th - 26th MARCH 2012 ASHANTI
26th -28th MARCH 2012 EASTERN
28th -29th MARCH 2012 VOLTA
29th- 30th APRIL 2012 GREATER ACCRA

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