Winner of the 2017 edition of the Miss Ghana beauty pageant Margaret Dery has resigned. The beauty queen, who was crowned on Saturday, October 7, 2017, at the Banquet Hall of the State House in Accra, says she is no longer interested in holding the office as Ghana’s beauty queen.
Information says that Miss Dery, just after eight months as queen has sent an email to the organisers, Exclusive Events Ghana, to formally inform them of her decision.
While the reason for her resignation is unclear,GhKasa.com was told that the beauty queen had tried some months ago to relinquish the crown but was persuaded by her family not to.
Reliable sources have disclosed that there was a meeting between her and the organisers in a last attempt to salvage sour relationship between them. However, the meeting could not save the situation.
Meanwhile, Margaret Dery took to twitter to vend her frustrations.
Prior to her crowning as queen, rumours had it that she was involed in a sex scandal that secured her the crown. It was also alleged that the sitting vice president’s brother, Yakubu Bawumia was dating and having serious sexual affairs with the beauty queen.
Well, the lioness is out, and this time she is really angry at the organizers of the pageant. In her recent tweet, she wrote;
“Being a miss Ghana queen has honestly been one of the worse experiences in my life, yeah, I know it looks good on the outside but it’s just one big sham on the inside. All that glitters is not gold. Ladies, you don’t need a crown on your head to succeed.”
Margaret’s tweet makes it a total of five former beauty queens who have complained bitterly about the miss Ghana pageant.
Amidst all these allegations, Inna Party has been mute and refused to talk about all the allegations that her former queens have leveled against herself and the pageant.
The past queens have vehemently spoken about how bad the brand and how they weren’t given what is due. A lawyer of the ladies also drew the attention of the public to the fact that these contestants and beauty queens were forced to sign contracts which weren’t lawful.
Margaret has however not spoken to anyone to elaborate her tweet, but we (ghkasa.com) are confident that Margaret will be taking the organizers on and we look forward to a law suit.