As part of its efforts of deepening the country’s democratic credentials through the use of entertainment and fashion the House of Micky has initiated a programme dubbed: ” Miss Democracy Ghana Beauty Pageant “.
The Pageant Show is also aimed at building the confidence of young ladies in the country in order to stand tall to embrace leadership positions in governance and in other enterprises.
Speaking at the launching ceremony of Miss Democracy Ghana Beauty Pageant the Public Relation Officer of the ‘ House of Micky ‘ Mr. Ralph O. Danquah, indicated that Miss democracy is not an ordinary pageant show.
This he said, the show will play a crucial role by boosting the democratic credentials and development of the country.
“Democracy as we all know is a continuous process and until democracy is no more our light will continue to shine.
And even if democracy faces out, Miss Democracy beauty pageant will resuscitate, resurrect and bring back to life, the positive principles of DEMOCRACY!
What is the essence of a beauty pageant that does not have any positive effect and impact on the society?
We have a lot of such pageantries in the system but let me state EMPHATICALLY here that, Miss Democracy will NEVER AND EVER ADD TO THE NUMBERS but we shall be useful to the society and our beauty queens will just stand out in this quest.
Just as the fig tree was cursed by Jesus because it couldn’t bear fruit, Miss Democracy will be blessed because the fruits and produce will satisfy all and sundry as and when the need arises” , he stated.
Mr. Danquah, however made a clarion call on all presidential and parliamentary aspirants to hold firm the principles of democracy as the country zoom into the December polls.
” Our country needs peace and as such I want to call on the various political parties to educate their followers to accept whatever results that comes their way without resorting to violent means of redress” , he stated emphatically.
Miss Democracy Ghana Beauty Pageant is an impending event which will henceforth be organized annually.
By: Isaac Kofi Dzokpo