Miss Phyllis Vesta Boison crowned Miss Malaika 2019

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All roads led to the National Theater in Accra, November 2, 2019,
for the grand final of Miss Malaika 2019. The intense beauty and brain
pageant began with 16 contestants out of which 10 battled for a cash prize, a car, and the power crown.


The 19-year-old Phyllis Vesta Boison, a third-year accounting student of the
University of Ghana emerged as the Queen for the 2019 beauty pageant after outstanding her fellow competitors.


She shared the joy of the moment with the 23-year-old Freda Mbord
Astanga as the 1st runner-up with 23-year-old Habib Bint-Abdalla emerging
as the 2nd runner-up at the 2019 Miss Malaika Contest.


The program wouldn`t have been much entertaining without musical
performances from Medikal and others.
Meanwhile, the Afrobeat genius, Kelvynboy has won a plate of mixed
felling on social media for performing Stonebwoy KPOKEKE which he
was featured on.


Kelvynboy sang Stonebwoy line of the song before singing his. Funs at the
auditorium couldnt help but sing and dance to Kelvynboy Performance.

Story by Kate Baah (flymultimediagh.com)

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