The journey to find this year’s Miss Malaika 2013 beauty queen started with over 500 beautiful young ladies auditioning for the 3C’s thus the car, cash and the enviable crown which comes with a bragging right of being Miss Malaika 2013 for a year.
After an intense audition, 106 Miss Malaika hopefuls made it through the semi- finals, the audition at the semi-final stage saw the ladies answering questions on socio-political questions to ascertain their level of intelligence and how abreast they are with current affairs.
Twenty young beautiful and intelligent ladies were discovered at the semi-final audition to have a better shot of being Miss Sharon Cofie’s successor.
The twenty ladies were not given the chance to rest as they were taken to a boot camp at the Royal Nick Hotel and were tasked to tell their life story through pictures. The ladies were also taken through series of grooming by the celebrity God sisters.
Twelve distinct ladies excelled in the task and caught the special eyes of the celebrity God sisters. The twelve ladies will be broken into 3 groups each having a celebrity God sister. The twelve ladies competing for this year’s Miss Malaika 2013 are Yoda Akwesi, 23 year old student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Level 400 reading Veterinary Science.
Lois Nana Akua Dapaah, 19 year old former student of St Roses Senior High School. Selma Ramatu Alhassan, 21 year old final year student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology reading Pharmacy.
Lordina Osei, 22 year old level 400 student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology studying chemistry Nana Adwoa Twumwaa Baafi, 22 years old and a final year student at the University of Ghana, reading French and Linguistics. Betty Afrifa- Thompson, 22 Radford University final year student reading Human Resource Management.
Eugenia Babonye, 19 a graduate of Corpus Christi Catholic Senior High School waiting to be admitted to University Of Ghana where she hopes to study law. Abigail Konadu Ampofo, 21 a syudent of University of Ghana.
Aisha Kaleem, 18 a graduate of Ghana International School. Vicentia Ofori-Dwumfuo, 21 a banking and finance student at Wisconsin International University College. Naa Oyoe Quartey, 19 a graduate from Wesley Girls' High School waiting for admission into the University of Ghana. Priscilla Agyapomaa Okyere, a third year student reading Bsc. Information Technology at Ghana Telecom University College
This year’s Miss Malaika beauty pageant will be fierce and entertaining, don’t forget to tune in to GhOne Entertainment TV this and every Sunday at 8pm and catch the Miss Malaika 2013 reality series. Miss Malaika is proudly brought to you by GhOne Entertainment TV with support from Charter House Productions.