With a few days to the grand finale of Miss Ghana 2010, the 20 finalist have been letting their hair down and getting some much need pampering before they come face to face with over 2,000 patrons at the Accra International Conference, October 30. On Friday, they will take to the Citizen Kofi Entertainment Centre to shake off the impending heat.
The night club session will feature some of Ghana’s hottest artists including D-Black, Mzbel among others. The show, billed to be a night full of pomp and spectacular pageantry amidst the celebration of authentic local and international music, to be provided by some of the city’s top Disc Jockeys.
Events Manager at Citizen Kofi Reks Brobby said his outfit is looking forward to a sell-out. He said Citizen Kofi’s association with the Miss Ghana competition is premised on the pageant’s Ghanaian character and representation. He comments: “Miss Ghana is the only pageant that belongs to Ghana. We felt very okay to jump on board to see how best we can help project Ghana and tourism through the competition. It will be good to work again with Media Whizz Kids next year. I am looking forward to a good show on the 30th. Whoever wins, will surely put Ghana’s best foot forward and I believe the judges will do well to pick a face that represents Ghana”.
Meanwhile all 20 finalists have moved into a boot camp at the Mirage Royale Hotel in East Legon this week. During their stay in the boot camp, the contestants will take part in series of photo shoots, training and grooming sessions, all in preparations for the big day.
The organizers are hopeful that the boot camp will increase the intensity of the competition as well as offer them an opportunity to fine-tune the contestants before the finals. A visit earlier this week to the camp, saw a very purposeful and smart approach to carrying out activities than what was witnessed weeks back. It is obvious and quiet clear that reality is beginning to set in now. It is surely going to be an exciting time in camp given the intensity surrounding the activities at the camp.