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August 31, 2018 | Art & Culture

16 Super Beautiful Queens Battle For 2018 Malaika Ghana Crown

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16 Super Beautiful Queens Battle For 2018 Malaika Ghana Crown

For the first time in the history of the Miss Malaika Beauty Pageant in Ghana, a delegate will have the opportunity to win seed money to start a business in Social Enterprise by the very kind courtesy of the British Council and that person also has the opportunity to travel to the UK to network with other Social Enterprise Business owners.

This was announced by Charterhouse during the official unveiling of this year’s edition of the most patronised pageant brand the Malaika Ghana show held on Thursday at the Oasis Lounge located inside Cantonments in Accra.

This year as always, the top 5 on the night of the grand finale get to travel to Kenya and Dubai by the kind courtesy of Kenya Airways and Jumia Travels and prizes from kind sponsors.

The 16th edition of the Malaika Ghana is produced by Ghana’s biggest event Company, Charterhouse.

It is proudly sponsored by UB Hair Relaxer, Awake Mineral Water, Carnival, Infinix Mobility, The British Council, Taxify, Adansi Travels, Gold Coast Restaurants, Henry’s Inn, GTP, Glams Makeup, Kenya Airways, Holy Trinity Spa, Tomreik Hotel, Max TV, TV7, Pluzz FM, YFM and GhOne TV.

In no particular order, we present to readers the final 16 ladies who were unveiled and have been given the opportunity to go through the Malaika Ghana competition proper.

Afia Boatemaa Boateng; Adwoa Novella; Jennifer Appiah; Anne Kusi Gyamfi; Elizabeth Dsane; Gloria Obeng Nyarko; Olivia Amadi; Vanessa Brago; Ambraya Abena Abrafi Gray; Dela Seade; Evelyn Nyaasemhwe; Nana Ama Agyekum; Mariam Owusu-Poku; Samira Rufai; Rosetta Quaicoe; Gesa Geermann;

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