The ceremony came off with some interesting moments, including some virgins taking part in the process to try their luck on becoming Miss Ghana 2018.
Judges included ace presenter and veteran actress, Akumaa Mama Zimbi, CEO of Exclusive Events Inna Patty, businessman and showbiz enthusiast Prince Attipoe and CEO of Allure Centric, Bimbo Oduro, took the ladies through a screening process, asking them various questions and engaging them to also display their talents.
While a few of the ladies were tensed in their response to questions, others were articulate in their views about the Miss Ghana pageant, exhibiting some good eloquence.
Inna Patty, Prince Attipoe and Akumaa Zimbi
Some danced and also sang to the admiration of the judges. Others also showed great confidence with humility.
All the ladies who auditioned are within the required age limit of 18 to 27 years.
Ahead of the audition, organisers announced that a ‘wannabe’ queen must be ready to exhibit philanthropic ethics and must be ready to be morally grounded in the Ghanaian culture.
The queen must also to uphold and respect contracts, ethics, authority and good corporate governance.
Indeed, the ladies who turned up looked ready for the Miss Ghana 2018 job.
The main Miss Ghana event will take place later this year and it hopes to select a queen that is equipped enough to make Ghana proud at the Miss World pageant.
This year’s pageant is supported by GTV, Citi TV, Citi FM, DAILY GUIDE, Spectator, IPMC, ATL, Super Lock Technologies Limited, Tang Palace Hotel, Electroland/Samsung, Allure Centric, Modacsky, GTC and several others.