The 2015 edition of Miss Ghana promises to be a life changing event as Exclusive Events Ghana, organizers of the premiere pageant are leaving no stone unturned to get contestants groomed for life.
Over the weekend, the organizers held a mentorship program for contestants with past winners of the pageant at the EL Passo Restaurant at Osu in Accra.
This was part of measures to further prepare contestants for the main Miss Ghana event and also their respective lives ahead.
The past queens including Miss Ghana 1995 Manuella Medie –Adu , Miss Ghana 1998 Afia Marfo, Miss Ghana 1990-1993 Brigit Dzogbenuku, Miss Ghana 1994 Matilda Alomatu and Miss Ghana 2004 Inna Patty took turns at the ceremony to talk to contestants, advising them to be discipline in whatever they do.
They spoke about the Miss Ghana platform and how it has been a life time experience. They revealed the pageant positively transformed their lives as well as gave them opportunity to help less privileged in society.
The queens also advised the contestants to be discipline, honest and generally uphold good moral values, reminding them to also take exercising serious.
The grand finale for 2015 Miss Ghana is scheduled for October 24. Currently there are Twenty –two (22) beautiful ladies contesting for the enviable Miss Ghana 2015 crown.
On Saturday the ladies attended this year’s Accra Premium Food Festivals held at the Alliance Francaise in Accra to study rich Ghanaian and continental foods on display. They graced the occasion in style in their beautiful red outfits.
The 2015 Miss Ghana is powered by Exclusive Events Ghana, with support from Manet Properties, Citroën by CFAO, LAWASH manufactured by Lifeon and marketed by Tobinco Pharmaceuticals and IPMC.
The rest include Holiday Inn Hotel Accra Airport, Best Western Plus Atlantic Hotel Takoradi, Atlantic Unique Floral, AKosombo Textile Limited, Imperial General Assurance, FC Skin & Beauty Klinic, Pippas Health Center Capture, Digital Innovation, DDP, Forever Easy, Frytol by Wilmar Africa and Herbal Life.