WHEN THE challenge was thrown out for beautiful ladies to audition for the Miss Malaika pageant, hundreds of ladies showed up.
The task was not an easy one but the judges had to prune the large numbers down to sixteen ladies. These 16 lucky ladies will participate in the very exciting Miss Malaika series on television.
The search for the next beauty of African origin; MISS MALAIKA GHANA 2009, has officially begun. Sixteen beautiful ladies were outdoored at the official launch of the pageant.
For the next thirteen weeks, there will be a revolution on our television screens. We get to see sixteen beautiful ladies engage in a battle of brains and talent in their bid to be the next winner of the Miss Malaika crown.
This season is certainly going to be memorable as all the contestants are confident, eloquent and most important; they have the looks to match.
The episodes this season have been spiced up and are in segments including cooking contests, fitness challenges and quizzes. A very important aspect of the show is the eviction, YES; the dreaded eviction.
Six lovely girls will have to be evicted before the finale. Interspersed with all the fun and excitement is the eviction, thus if you want to ensure that your favourite contestant stays in the competition, text her name to MTN short code 1750 or any other network and stand the chance of winning cash prizes and souvenirs from sponsors.
MISS MALAIKA GHANA 2009 will take home a brand new KIA Cerato courtesy Rana Motors, a GH¢4,800 annual salary and GH¢1,200 worth of talk time courtesy MTN, a year’s supply of hair extensions, cosmetics, wardrobe and a whooping GH¢15000 promotional contract, also with MTN. As Miss Malaika, the winner will be tasked to work with the National Malaria Control Board as a malaria ambassador and a charity icon for Ghana’s no.1 network MTN and the coveted crown.
To win these unbelievable prizes, the winner must be beautiful, intelligent, charitable, creative, bold, eloquent, audacious, courageous, confident, positive and assertive.
With the introduction of the Miss Malaika series, our television viewing will not be the same for the next thirteen weeks.
Miss Malaika, since its inception, has been placed as a reality TV show and is shown on GTV every Sunday at 3:00 pm and on Tuesdays at 9:30 pm.
The general public is encouraged to vote for their favourites to win the competition by texting their names to MTN short code 1750 and any other network.
The search for the “Most Beautiful Girl in Ghana” is sponsored by KIA, MTN, Darling, First Choice, Gino, UB and Forever Easy, and is produced by Charterhouse.
The queens from this pageant embark on a year-long Malaria eradication campaign that aims to cut down drastically the prevalent rate of Malaria in Ghana. Miss Malaika Ghana . . . Simply glamorous!
Source: Daily Guide
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