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Lady Nsarko crowned Miss Malaika 2023.

Lady Nana Yaa Nsarko was crowned Miss Malaika 2023 in a stunning display of beauty, grace, and intelligence. The competition took place at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre on Friday, November 24th, where the top ten finalists competed fiercely for the prestigious crown.

The Miss Malaika beauty pageant is known for its celebration of Ghanaian women’s beauty, talent, and culture. It brings together the most stunning Ghanaian women who compete for the crown and the opportunity to represent their country at the esteemed Miss Malaika continental competition.

After a series of competitive tasks and showcasing their beauty, intelligence, and creativity, Lady Nana Yaa Nsarko, a 22-year-old graduate of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, emerged as the winner of the 2023 Miss Malaika pageant.

Enyam Dzandu, a 21-year-old student from the University of Ghana, secured the second position, while Fareeda Habib, a 23-year-old graduate of KNUST, claimed the third spot. The audience was captivated by the elegance and confidence displayed by the bloom season queens, creating an electric atmosphere.

The event not only celebrated beauty but also highlighted the brilliance of Ghanaian women. The audience was treated to sensational music performances by Sefa, Mr. Drew, Olivetheboy, MayaBlu, BanzyBanero, and Loli X Lola.

Lady Nana Yaa Nsarko has taken over the reins from Zakiya Ahmed, who was crowned Miss Malaika 2022.

Story by Karen Koomson.

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