Inna Patty, the CEO of Exclusive Events Ghana, the organisers of the Miss Ghana Pageant, has exhibited an attitude which suggests that the recent accusations against her by three former Miss Ghana beauty queens could just be very true.
Following the circulation of shocking revelations made by three ex-beauty queens on the media, Accra-based Okay Fm invited Inna Patty for an interview to hear her own side of the story.
The interview which was supposed to be hosted by Abeiku Snatana on the Ekwanso Dwoodwoo programme at 4:00 pm on Monday, was highly publicised on various social media platforms, with many awaiting the stated time to know what explanations Exclusive Events would give to the unbelievable revelations made by the former beauty queens.
But Inna Patty swerved the curiosity of Ghanaians when at the stipulated time, she was found nowhere close to the Okay FM studio. Not only did she refuse to show up for the highly anticipated interview, she also refused to pick up several calls place to her line.
So, it is obvious that Inna is on the run from being questioned over the various ordeals the Miss Ghana winners revealed they suffered in her hands.
Following rumours that the current Miss Ghana beauty queen, Margaret Dery, is going through hard times in the hands of Exclusive Events Ghana and its CEO, Inna Patty, Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri of GhanaCelebrities.Com decided to reach out to former winners of the beauty pageant to find out if they had similar experiences.
Fortunately, he was able to reach three former beauty queens – Stephanie Karikari (Miss Ghana 2010), Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi (Miss Ghana 2013) and Antoinette Delali Kemavor (Miss Ghana 2015) who individually opened cans of worms about the entire competition and its organisers.
Ranging from abuse and exploitation, verbal and physical assault, down to pimping, extortion and breach of agreements, each of the ladies recounted how thy suffered horrible things during their reign as Miss Ghana.