- Stephanie Karikari, the 2010 Miss Ghana winner, has attained another milestone as her travel and lifestyle show, SK Guide, will now be aired on DsTV
- The show, which highlights Africa's economic advancements, will premiere on Friday, July 21, and air every Friday at 3:30pm on Akwaaba Magic Ch 150 and GOtv Supa Ch 102
- Stephanie spoke to YEN.com.gh about the impact she is determined to make with the show and advised young people who want to be like her one day
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Stephanie Karikari, a renowned Ghanaian beauty queen and entrepreneur, has achieved yet another significant milestone in her career.
As the winner of the 2010 Miss Ghana pageant, she represented her country with pride in the esteemed Miss World Pageant.
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SK Guide is a travel and lifestyle program showcasing Africa's remarkable economic advancements and is scheduled to premiere on Friday, July 21.
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Stephanie speaks about her show SK Guide and its expected impact
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Stephanie revealed what inspired her successes in life, gave a word of inspiration to young ladies aspiring to be like her, and mentioned the intriguing part of the show viewers should watch out for.
I wouldn't say I'm successful yet. But God has been the pillar in my journey. Prayer has been my comfort. To the young girl out there, believe in your power to soar higher. You are unique, and you also deserve every blessing that you work towards. SK Guide will bring diversity, stories, and beautiful sights to locations.
SK Guide premiers on Friday, July 21, and will be aired every Friday at 3:30pm on Akwaaba Magic Ch 150 and GOtv Supa Ch 102.
Akua GMB and three former beauty queens who won pageants and are now big-time business owners
Meanwhile, Ghana's Most Beautiful, Miss Ghana, and Miss Malaika, among other beauty competitions, have produced stunning queens who have made significant contributions to society.
Akua GMB, the 2011 winner of Ghana's Most Beautiful, worked as General Manager of Angel TV before founding her own production company, Jaya & Jay Production.
Hamamat Montia won Miss Malaika back in 2006 and moved back home to start a shea butter business and a spa, Hamamat African Village, after being inspired by her daughter.
Miss Ghana 2002 winning queen, Shaida Buari, now runs a successful oil and gas company with her husband
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