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Miss Malaika 23 Top 20 Out doored! Welcome to the #BloomSeason



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In a colorful picnic styled setting, on Sunday 17th September, Miss Malaika Ghana unveiled the 20 beautiful and intelligent ladies who will kickstart their 7-week journey to eventually crowning the next Queen. 

The journey to finding the next Queen started with over 1000 ladies going through the rigorous phases of auditions, with 28 making it to finishing school. Organizers of the most prestigious beauty pageant, Miss Malaika Ghana, in its 21st season have out doored the 20 ladies to start the competition proper. 

Meet the top 20 delegates; 

Lilian Agyeman Sarfo; a 23-year-old Accounting and Finance graduate of UPSA. Fareeda Habib; a 23-year graduate of KNUST. Pristine Adzo Agbozo; a 23-year-old graduate of KNUST. Comfort Reina Amoah; a 23-year-old Entrepreneur. Precious Nyaniba Elliam; a 24-year-old Realtor and Commercial model. Ellen Addai; a 21-year-old University of Professional studies level 300 student studying Public Relations Management. Bridgette Glover; a 25-year-old graduate of Koforidua Technical University. Christiana Bervlyn Anim; a 22-year-old UPSA graduate. Lady Nana Yaa Nyarko; a graduate of KNUST. Charlotte Mawusi Gokah; is a 25-year-old Model and fashion design student. Naa Adjorkor Koney; a 19-year-old student of the University of Ghana School of Law. Betty Deborah Buwi; a 21-year-old student of Ghana Institute of Journalism studying Communication Studies. Freda Mawutor Denteh; a 24-year-old Bachelor of Arts student at University of Ghana. Enyam Adwoa Dzandu; a 21-year-old graduate of University of Ghana. Esmeralda-Elsie Gyamera-Tawiah; a 23-year-old model and graduate of University of Ghana. Kimberly Akornortey; a 22-year-old accounting student of University of Ghana. Naa Markai; a 21-year-old student of University of Ghana studying Psychology and Information studies. Amy-Danielle Aboa; a 19-year-old graduate of SOS HGIC. Fortune Akua Agyeman; a 22-year-old model and graduate of KNUST. And finally, Marian Darko, a 21-year-old student of University of Ghana.

Catch all the excitements and unfolding drama on Miss Malaika Ghana every Sunday on GhOne TV and Lifestyle (LS) Tv at 7pm, DGN (repeats on Wednesdays 7pm) at 8pm, Joy Prime and GTV at 8:30pm. Mx24, TV Africa and Metro TV at 9pm. Be a part of Miss Malaika Ghana as we celebrate beauty that blooms from within.  


Get more on-the-go information on Miss Malaika Ghana socials; Instagram & Twitter: @missmalaikagh and Facebook: Miss Malaika Ghana. Watch each episode on CharterhouseLive on YouTube. 

Miss Malaika Ghana is a Charterhouse production and proudly brought to you by GTP, Club Shandy and Pepsodent with support from Vaseline, Atlas rent a car, Geisha, BVS Butchery, Ecogel. Special thanks to Tigon Creative Studios.

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Is a Free VPN Safe to Use? Exploring the Risks and Benefits



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In our current digital age, online privacy and security have become an importantt concerns for internet users around the world. With the increasing prevalence of cyber threats and data breaches, people are actively seeking ways to protect their online activities. Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, have gained popularity as tools that promise safeguarding your digital footprint. While there are many VPN options available, free VPNs, in particular, have garnered significant attention due to their accessibility. In this article, we will explore the risks and benefits of using a free VPN, with a focus on free VPN for Windows.

Understanding VPNs: What Are They?

Before delving into the world of free VPNs, let’s understand what a VPN is and how it works. A VPN is essentially a service that establishes a secure, encrypted connection between your device (in this case, your Windows PC) and a remote server. This connection masks your IP address and encrypts your internet traffic, making it difficult for third parties, such as hackers or government agencies, to monitor your online activities.

The Benefits of Using a Free VPN

Enhanced Privacy: One of the primary advantages of using a free VPN is the boost in online privacy. Your internet service provider (ISP), websites, and even potential cybercriminals won’t be able to track your online behavior when you’re connected to a VPN.


Bypassing Geo-Restrictions: Free VPNs often allow users to access geo-restricted content. For example, if a streaming platform or website is only accessible in certain regions, a VPN can make it appear as though you’re browsing from an eligible location.

Protection on Public Wi-Fi: When you connect to public Wi-Fi networks, your data becomes vulnerable to interception. A free VPN can add an extra layer of security when you’re using unsecured public Wi-Fi at cafes, airports, or hotels.

The Risks Associated with Free VPNs

Data Logging: Many free VPN providers track and log user data. This can include your online activities, websites visited, and even personal information. This data may then be sold to third parties or used for targeted advertising.

Inadequate Security Measures: Some free VPNs might not implement robust encryption protocols, leaving your data vulnerable to breaches or leaks.


Limited Features: Free VPNs often come with limitations, such as slower connection speeds, data caps, and fewer server locations. These restrictions can hinder your online experience.

Malware and Adware: Some free VPN services have been found to include malware or adware in their software, potentially infecting your device.

Uncertain Jurisdiction: Free VPN providers can be based in countries with lax data privacy laws, which means they may not be obligated to protect your data.