CEO of Exclusive Events Ghana, organisers of the Miss Ghana pageant, Inna Patty must be one hell of a strong person.
She has faced lots of challenges since she took over the running of the pageant in 2011 but she still seems to be going strong.
Showbiz caught up with Inna Patty after the launch of this year’s pageant on Thursday, August 2, 2018 in Accra and she put it in simple words when she was asked how she is able to surmount the challenges.
“Every organisation and individual goes through challenges, we just try to pick up lessons from them and move on,” she stated.
We asked her how she is dealing with the resignation on Tuesday, July 31, 2018 of Margaret Dery, Miss Ghana 2017 and Inna said “not everything is controlled by us, as an organisation we learn from some of these things and we grow, that’s all I can say, it is rather unfortunate but it is her decision.”
Inna Patty could not say immediately whether or not Margaret Dery’s resignation will be a big blow to the Miss Ghana brand excerpt to say that, “time will tell.”
Asked if she has any regrets taking over the Miss Ghana franchise whatsoever, Inna answered in the negative adding that she had none at all.
“We are focusing on our objectives and we are on course, our aim is to empower young women to improve the lives of the less priviledged in society, our focus is to improve upon how we work and move ahead,” she said.
Just last Tuesday news came in that the reigning Miss Ghana, Margaret Dery has resigned. Exclusive Events Ghana issued a statement to say they got to know of the resignation through the media and said they ‘gladly’ accept the resignation and wish Margaret Dery well.