Malaika Cookout For Children
 
Posted on: 2008-Sep-27        Mirror
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Social responsibility, one of the main tenets of the Miss Malaika
pageant, came early for the remaining 15 delegates of the competition
last Saturday when the ladies presented a sum of GH¢1546.50 to the
Teshie Orphanage in Accra.

The money which was realised from a special appeal for funds, was donated along with some food items from Gino, one of the sponsors of the competition.

The donation put bright smiles on the faces of the children and the Mother of the Orphanage whose birthday it was on that Saturday.
The donation was made complete when the delegates also feted the children to sumptuous meals prepared with Gino as part of their cook challenge.

The cook challenge is one of the many events that the ladies go through on a weekly basis to gather knowledge and experience which are vital for their future and also to provide content for the reality series which airs on GTV.

The cook challenge also provided a platform for the Godmothers of the competition, Anne Sakyi and Kay Bentsi Enchill to know and understand each individual better and this no doubt, will aid their decisions as judges.

At the end of the cook competition, the group which consisted of Ivy, Erica, Christine, Naa Yemoley and Sandra with Charles Vandyk as their Celebrity Chef came up first.

The day before, the first of a series of evictions that will trim their number from 16 to 10 for the finals was held and Semira Adams was the unfortunate contestant to be evicted from the competition bringing to bear once again the importance of votes from the general public to keep their favourites in the competition.

Miss Malaika Ghana, a Charterhouse Production, is credited with producing some of the most remarkable young women in Ghana with sponsorship from MTN, KIA, Forever Easy, Gino, UB, Allure, Lux and Darling.