Teen Queen Ghana ready to roll
Organizers at ASKOF Productions have announced that all systems are go for the inaugural edition of Teen Queen Ghana beauty pageant.
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the auditions are scheduled for November 4 at the CTV premises in Labone, Accra.
This reality show, tailored for females aged 13 to 19, is expected to draw aspiring participants from across the nation. It provides a platform to equip contestants with the necessary skills to realize their pageantry dreams.
Afua Asantewaa O. Aduonum, CEO of ASKOF Productions Limited, expressed her enthusiasm: "This is our new baby, the maiden edition, and I can assure contestants that they will be in for a treat. Like with other reality shows, contestants will leave the competition as better versions of themselves."
"Similar to how football serves as a preparatory ground for aspiring athletes, this platform does the same for those with a passion for pageantry. Not every girl aspires to be a nurse, teacher, or lawyer. Some find their true calling here," she added.
Aduonum highlighted the transformation contestants undergo, citing improved public speaking and overall confidence as significant gains from the competition.
"I encourage parents and guardians to support their wards' participation. This is a unique platform to unlock their hidden potential."
The eight-week program offers enticing rewards, including an international trip to Peru for a prestigious beauty pageant, along with other special prizes.