missOn Saturday November 1, the Grand Finale of Miss Malaika Ghana 2014 set to take place at the National Theatre would crown a beautiful yet intelligent damsel to represent the Malaika brand and undertake a special project to help alleviate the suffering of certain marginalised people in society.

Patrons will be fed with sumptuous dose of thrilling music from the dancehall empress-MzVee, the gifted EL and unpredictable Edem.

The 10 damsels would enter one final battle to determine who succeeds 2013 winner Naa Oyoe Quartey to gain the crown, cash and car at stake.

The 10 finalist include 21 year old IVY BAFFOUR GYAN of the University of Ghana, EIRENE NSUDOON BINABIBI also of the University of Ghana, STEPHANIE POKU AGEMANG of the Central University, 18 year old SHARON DAVIDOR graduate of Wesley Girls High School, 19 year old CYNTHIA OSEI of the Ghana Technology University College, 19 year old KATHLENE ANNAN of the University of Ghana, 20 year old WILHEMINA BUADIE KWOFIE of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, 19 year old JOYCE MAMLE AYEH, 21 year old ANITA OSEI of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and 21 year old ANN AKUA AKUFFO of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ).

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