I don’t have the power to keep fighting- Inna Patty on Miss Ghana allegations


The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Exclusive Events Ghana, (organisers of the Miss Ghana pageant) Inna Patty, has stated that she has ‘given up’ fighting allegations that have been levelled against her in the past.

Over the last few years, the Miss Patty has been slammed with several allegations from past queens who have accused Inna of scam, fraud, ‘pimping’ and tyrannical leadership.

Even though Miss Patty has constantly denied such allegations, the patronage and trust surrounding the pageant has been on the low.

Speaking in an interview at the launch of the 2020 edition, Miss Patty said:

“You think I have the power to continue fighting? I don’t. All we will keep on doing is doing the right thing and hopefully, you will find discerning partners to be able to project that. Look at us. We are just a small organization. We don’t even have the resources to do that.”

“Let’s drive the positives. That’s the only way we can project Ghana. Ghana gets to be mentioned at the Miss World for free. They mention Ghana on print, online radio and television I see it as the next biggest thing. Miss World is the big thing, an opportunity for Ghana,” she added.

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