The 2020 edition of Miss Malaika is about to go down as the contestants are ready to battle each other.
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More than 1,000 beautiful ladies showed their interest in the beauty pageant and after several weeks 10 ladies have been settled on for the final leg.
The organisers of Miss Malaika have released stunning photos of the ladies who will be battling each other for this year's crown.
YEN.com.gh has chanced on the aforementioned photos and they are really beautiful.
1. Maame Dufie:
2. Jasmine Djan:
3. Olga Kanyeen:
4. Franklina Shalom:
5. Tessy Gyamfi:
6. Juanita Brown:
7. Ann Nelson:
8. Melissa A-Mintah:
9. Sedinam Christine Ami Klinogoh:
Meanwhile, Ghanaian comedian and actor Clemento Suarez, born Clement Ashiteye, has dropped a new photo after his traditional wedding.
The new photo has the popular actor at a function dressed in a fine brown and caramel coloured outfit.
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Clemento Suarez carried two black balloons while walking towards the Kumawood actress, Cecilia Konama who is popularly known as Abena Ghana.
Abena Ghana who sat not too far from where Celemento Suarez was standing with the balloons looked to be having hearty chat.
Sharing the photo, Clemento Suarez made a subtle reference to his saying while suggesting that he had brought the balloons to propose to Abena Ghana but she rejected.
In other news, sweet voice singer Kurl Songx has said he would not compare himself with any other musician in the Ghana music industry.
He says he is the best in the game and therefore sees no reason why he has to compare himself with others.
Asked if he could match up to the likes of KiDi and Kuami Eugene, Kurl Songx said he is the best among them, insisting that he won’t do any comparison.
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He was speaking in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh when he visited the office on Tuesday, October 27, 2020.
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