Wednesday, 25 July 2012


Auditions for the 2012 edition of the Miss Ghana beauty pageant continue to post impressive results.
Over the weekend, in the Garden City of Kumasi where auditions were held for contestants in the middle belt, the judging panel, made up of actress Nana Ama Mc Brown, hiplife act Asem, professional photographer Barrak El- Mahmoud, Inna Mariam Patty of Exclusive Events Ghana and Xavier of the Golden Tulip Hotel, had a tough time choosing who had made it to the national finals.
After a long wait on the third and final day of an audition process that had already seen the contestants work on speech presentation, sales and marketing activation, and a special photo shoot session, the judges eventually decided on the lucky six, who will represent the Ashanti, Eastern and Brong Ahafo Regions respectively.
Out of the lot who auditioned, Ohemaa Akosua Agyemang-Badu, an 18-year-old graduate of the Holy Child Senior High School, Precious Kyei Bonsu, 21, of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Sabina Aryee, a 24-year-old student of the University of Ghana, Stephanie Nana Yaa Appiah of Conquerors Pre-University, Emelia Ainoooson, 20, of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, and Ayisha Hussein Baba Yara, a 23-year-old intern at the Center for National Culture, Kumasi, made it to the national finals in Accra.
The Ashanti Region is represented at this year’s finals by Emelia and Precious, while Ohema and Sabina represent the Eastern Region. The Brong Ahafo Region makes an appearance at this year’s finals courtesy Stephanie and Ayisha.
The Kumasi auditions come on the heels of a successful and similar exercise held last week in Tamale, where the first six of 20 finalists were chosen.
The third and final auditions for the selection of contestants for this year’s event took place yesterday at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra. Some eight lucky contestants were chosen and added to the initial 12 selected from the northern and middle belts to make up the final list of 20. This year’s finals take place in September. It is being held under the theme ‘Evolution of Beauty’.








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