Entertainment of 2014-07-18

Miss Ghana in a mess; Inna Patty hot!

Exclusive Events Ghana, organisers of the Miss Ghana event, is yet to explain why there is no one to represent Ghana at this year’s Miss World contest.

The reigning Miss Ghana and her two runners-up have all resigned from their positions.

Though Exclusive Events recently issued a press statement which said the company had sacked Miss Ghana, Nana Akua Baafi, from her position and taken her crown from her because of a chain of bad behaviour, it has emerged that the beauty queen was the one who resigned months before that press statement was issued.

Second runner-up Crystal Selorm Amudzi also confirmed to Peace Fm on Thursday that she resigned from the position and stopped working with Exclusive Events over a year ago.

First runner-up Margaret Kuma Mintah is also reported to have stepped aside.

Surprisingly, Exclusive Events has declined to speak to the media over the development, insisting that journalists who want information on the disaster at hand should stick to a rather confusing press statement the company issued.

Never in the history of the Miss Ghana pageant has the brand name suffered such embarrassment, with all three top winners resigning.

According to media reports, the mother of Inna Mariam Patty, Chief Executive of Exclusive Events, got into a public fight with Nana Akua Baafi.

Inna’s mother was said to have gone to the official residence of Nana Akua Baafi to thrash out a few misunderstandings.

The intended dialogue, however, turned into a scuffle that attracted neighbours to rush to the house to intervene. The case later landed at the Airport Police Station.

Though Exclusive Events have not officially commented on the development, NEWS-ONE’s checks showed that Inna Patty’s mother is one of the directors of the company and that she had gone to Nana Akua Baafi’s residence on behalf of the company.

Inna Party herself is a former Miss Ghana (2004) and is best remembered for giving the then organisers, Sparrow Productions, a lot of problems over delayed prizes.

Source: news1ghana.com
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