Emelia and Asantewaa were the two evictees. The first time of eviction for this year’s event took place on air GhOne Television on Tuesday.
Two delegates Emelia and Asantewa ended their race to winning the crown. Their eviction was based on the input and output of tasks they executed; Cultural and Charity tasks.
The remaining 12 ladies are still working hard to maintain their stay in the competition as they earnestly prepare for the Cooking Task which airs on Sunday, 8 PM on GhOne TV.
The cooking task promises to be very special and interesting due to the fact that, the delegates will be visiting certain selected local food joints, popularly known as ‘Chop Bars’ to exhibit their cooking skills to gain marks.
The general public is still encouraged to support their favourite delegate to make it through to the next stage by voting for them on the short code 1757 as well liking them on the social media platforms www.facebook/missmalaikaghana or on www.twitter/MissMalaikaGH
Miss Malaika Ghana 2014 is sponsored by UB hair relaxer and KIA by RANA Motors with support from Royco shrimp cube Ethiopian airline, Crown paints, lifestyle gallery, Abbeam Institute of Technology.