Thursday, 23 June 2011


Though Sima Ibrahim, CEO of Exopa Modeling Agency is behind bars, charming sexy models from his outfit last Saturday proved beyond doubt that the agency is alive.
The models thrilled a packed audience with an extraordinary bikini show which left a lot of the audience asking for more.  
“I want to tell everybody who thought Exopa is dead that the agency is not dead. Exopa will not die, Exopa is still alive and Exopa will fly higher than it ever did nsha Allah,” Benjamin Nana Addo Asideu, otherwise called Zion, one of the agency’s top models, told NEWS-ONE after the show.
“Now if you mention Exopa, every little kid and everybody know about the Exopa. Even if they have a little negative mind about the name Exopa, I want to remind everybody that we are doing good things to support the modeling and fashion industry,” he added.
The exciting runway show, which was held at the Exopa Burge behind the Trade Fair, was part of a graduation ceremony for a number of new models who underwent training.
The models proved Exopa is still in top shape with some creative catwalks on the runway to display clothes by Slim Designs.
They wowed the audience with some attention-grabbing steps as they showcased clothing from office wear to evening wear.
But the icing on the cake was when models came on the runway in their bikinis.
Indeed, the event had an encouraging attendance as it attracted a number of models from other agencies who came through to support their colleagues.
Soccer star Laryea Kingston, Nii of Project Fame, Tinny, actor Zimran Clottey and Kwaw Kese including other celebrities were not left out.
“I like the bikini display,” Tinny and Laryea said in separate interviews with the MC, Naa. 
Zion confessed that though it was not easy putting up the show, he was happy with the turnout.
 “It got to a time when we called our sponsors, the way they talked to us was very demeaning. I don’t know what really happened but the sponsors turned their back on us but a few of them are kind of coming back to team up with us for the way forward,” he added.
He said Exopa is currently registering for a new set of models at the Burge.




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