The Miss Malaika 2014 pageant started with over 500 delegates. The number was pruned down and 16 delegates found themselves in the Malaika House. The number was once again scaled down and eventually to 10 young ladies who remain to vie for the crown.
Come Saturday, November 1, at the National Theatre, the 10 finalists will battle against each other for one of them to win the prestigious crown, cash and car. Three of these finalists are our very own sisters from University of Ghana, Legon.
Meet Eirene Nsudoon Binabibi, Ann Kathlene Annan and Ivy Baffuor Gyan.
Eirene Nsudoon Binabibi
Eirene, is a talented young lady who is inspired to reach for greater heights, loves to play basketball, singing and dancing.
She is also passionate about musical instruments, especially the piano and bass guitar.
Eirene, who believes in putting God first in all her endeavours decided to take part in the pageant because she believes it provides a good platform for her to be groomed in terms of public speaking, boost her self-confidence and to also be a role model to others out there.
Ann Kathlene Annan
Ann looks up to Oprah Winfrey and wishes to help people in the society.
She sees herself as a fashion icon and becoming an ambassador of goodwill to others, a role model of faith and good works.
Ann, 19, is friendly and loves swimming, watching movies and hanging out with friends.
She is very keen on winning the Malaika Pageant to make her dreams come true.
Ivy Baffuor Gyan
Ivy, 21, is a level 400 student studying Finance.
She loves country and live band music, swimming and horseback riding.
She is contesting in Miss Malaika because it is a platform for opportunities, exposure, grooming, fun and for young intelligent ladies to embark on charity projects.
“Miss Malaika is a life changing experience. I believe I have all it takes to win Miss Malaika 2014.”