Inna Mariam Patty, CEO of Exclusive Events, organisers of Miss Ghana pageant, has called on the general public to support Miss Ghana 2015 Antoinette Delali Kemavor as she gets ready for Miss World 2015.
The Pharmacy student of Central University beat 20 other young ladies with beauty and intellect to emerge Miss Ghana 2015 at a ceremony that took place at the Accra International Conference Centre on November 7.
She took home the enviable crown, a sleek Citroën C4 Aircross, and will also represent Ghana at Miss World 2015 in Sanya, China in two weeks’ time.
Delali is expected to leave Ghana for the Miss World event in less than ten (10) days’ time. She becomes one of the world’s first pageant winners to prepare for the Miss World pageant within a short period.
Inna Patty said on Tuesday that Antoinette Delali Kemavor needed the support of Ghanaians to go far at the world event.
“Let’s rally around Miss Ghana 2015 as she prepares to represent Ghana at Miss World 2015 in December,” she called for support for the young queen.
She was also thankful for the support given this year’s Miss Ghana pageant.
“Many thanks for the great turnout and the various support we received. You all contributed to a great event this year. Team Exclusive Events Ghana is grateful. We thank God for this year’s success,” she said.
The 2015 Miss Ghana pageant was powered by Exclusive Events and supported by 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 Textiles Limited; Imperial General Assurance; FC Skin & Beauty Klinic; Pippas Health Centre Capture; Digital Innovation; DDP; Forever Easy; Frytol by Wilmar Africa; Herbal Life and others.