Miss Ghana 2013/2014, Nadia Ntanu, has added her voice to ongoing debate about the rise of numerous beauty pageants and their relevance as well as the impact they have on our young ladies.
Miss Ghana, Miss Malaika, Ghana’s most beautiful, Miss Tourism, Miss Universe Ghana, Miss Supranatural just to mention a few are some of the few pageants that Ghana can boast of.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with ghkwaku.com, the current queen Nadia Ntanu expressed her delight at the same time discomfort concerning the issue.
She said; “Well, in my opinion, it’s not a bad thing, it’s good if they are doing it for the right reasons to benefit the society and also groom young ladies such as myself to be leaders which Miss Ghana and Miss World is about. If not then I think it’s a waste of time.”
She also seized the opportunity to talk about some activities she together with the Miss Ghana committee will be embarking on.
“I together with the Miss Ghana Foundation will be organizing a blood drive today at the Lizzy Sports Complex which is partnered by the National Blood Service, I urge everyone to come out and support this course. From there, I intend visiting the Don Bosco Center,” she added.
Exclusive Events, Ghana, organizers of the Miss Ghana pageant for one reason or the other were unable to hold the pageant last year but the pace at which they have returned has been nothing but amazing.
Actress Jackie Appiah was spotted as a guest judge on the final day of the recruitment together with Inna Patty, Kafui Danku.This year’s show is one to lookout for.