Naa Oyoe is Miss Malaika 2013
The delegates came back in pairs for what emcee Naa Ashorkor described a ‘crossfire’ where they posed their own questions to each other to test intelligence and ability to think on their feet.
Right after that, the delegates were called back and Lois, Priscilla, Abigail, Lordina and Selma were evicted per the public votes.
The remaining five of Aisha, Yoda, Twumwaa, Naa Oyoe and Betty made presentations on various topics that tested their eloquence and public speaking abilities.
The show, however, recorded some memorable acts which included Naa Oyoe’s talent hunt display. She depicted a television presenter in a comical manner which won her lots of admirers.
She got the audience to laugh throughout her five -minute presentation with her catchy phrase ‘tonight the weather will be cold so you need to get a ‘jolli’.
The female artistes who handled the music segment on the night—Efya, Raquel, Eazzy and Becca lived up to the hype.
The host of Who Wants To Be Rich, Kafui Dey, actor Van Vicker, designer Bee Arthur and Theresa Ayoade, Executive Director of Charterhouse and Maria, one of Namibian’s representatives at this year’s Big Brother The Chase were the judges.
The Malaika God-sisters, Joselyn Dumas, Hammamat Montia and Sandra Ankobiah were also in attendance to support their girls. Joselyn Dumas was particularly happy as two of her girls, Naa Oyoe and Twumwaa came first and second respectively.
Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Madam Dzifa Gomashie, was at the show. She is not a stranger to the Miss Malaika pageant as she has played the role of Godmother on three occasions during the culture nights.
Apart from the late start of the show which initially dampened the high expectations of the audience, the overall organisation was good.
By Gifty Owusu-Amoah/Graphic Showbiz/Ghana
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