Posted: Thursday 7th August 2014 at 9:30 am

Nadia Ntanu Picked As Ghana’s Representative For Miss World 2014?

97ad454902569 840629 Nadia Ntanu Picked As Ghanas Representative For Miss World 2014?The organizers of the ‘Miss Ghana’ beauty pageant, Exclusive Events have been confronted with many thorny issues in recent times with time not on their side to address all the issues especially with the organization of the Miss Ghana 2014 pageant.

Razz Newspaper investigations suggest that, one of the hurdles has been cleared by the organizers with the news that; a new queen has been selected to replace Miss Ghana 2013, Guissepina Nana Akua Baafi at the 2014 Miss World pageant.

The paper has it that; Miss Nadia Ntanu, the first runner-up for the Miss Ghana 2012 edition, has been selected to represent Ghana at the world event scheduled for London, UK in December 2014.

It was highly expected that, after the resignation of thee first three winners of the pageant; the nod will automatically fall on the other two finalists who made the last five during the 2013 pageant.

Further checks by the paper revealed that, the other two also turned down the offer of representing Ghana at the Miss World contest. One of the last five finalists, Destiny, was heavily courted by the organizers to assume the position but she turned down the offer with the excuse of having academic obligations.

With time obviously not on their side, the organizers are said to have had an extensive discussion with Nadia to represent the brand in London and sources claim that; she is elated about the offer and has agreed to represent Ghana. She is said to have began feverish preparations for the much-publicized Miss World pageant.

The paper has also uncovered that; although both parties have concluded agreement and terms of the offer, Exclusive Events are hesitant in officially announcing Nadia’s selection to the public as the new Miss Ghana going for Miss World because of the ruckus that has engulfed the pageant in recent times.

When Razz Newspaper contacted the Chief Operating Officer of the company, Samuel Bokorvie on the confirmation of Miss Nadia Ntanu as the new Queen to represent Ghana at Miss World, he declined to comment – saying that he had no authorization to comment on that subject.

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