The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Media Whizz Kids, Mr. Reginald D. Laryea, is advising this year’s Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant contestants to ignore the social media miscreants and fully participate in the 2018 edition of the event.

The Media Whizz Kids CEO is also promising his full support to Inna Patty, Exclusive Events Ghana Limited and the 2018 edition of Miss Ghana.

The Media Whizz Kids were the former organizers of the Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant.

After organizing the event for several years they sold the right to Shirley Frimpong Manso of Sparrow Production for five years.

Media Whizz Kids took over again in 2009 and after two years they handed over the Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant right to Inna Patty of Exclusive Events Ghana Limited.

According to Mr. Laryea, Inna party is hard working and focused.

“Much as she is not an angel she is definitely not the devil,” he said in a press statement.

According to him, the lack of adequate sponsorship and the impact of some identified miscreants on social media have taken a huge toll on her persona as well as her brand.

“Her major failure from where I sit is her lack of ability to endear herself to the queens.

“This challenge of dealing with the queens can only be resolved by education, training, further education not only of the queens but the market place as well,” he added.

The enviable position of Miss Ghana comes along with it major perks benefits and bonuses.

Equally, strict rules and regulations accompany the wearing of the crown.

“For as long as all the players, that is, the sponsors, organisers, queens, chaperones and to a large extent the media abide by the rules and regulations there should be harmony that is required to move the brand onto the next level,”  Mr. Laryea said.

He encouraged Ghanaians to support Inna Patty to succeed.



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