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Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital has not received any donations from Miss Ghana organisers since 2013 - Report


INNA PATTY MISS GHANA OWNER
A few days ago, 3 Former Beauty Queens-Miss Ghana 2010-Stephanie Karikari, Miss Ghana 2015-Antoinette Delali Kemavor and Miss Ghana 2013-Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi and 1 first-runner up-Margaret Kuma-Mintah came out to erect allegations that, Inna Patty and her Exclusive Events Ghana exploited them, embezzled funds they raised, verbally and physically abused some of them and even ‘PIMPED’ some of them out to men, in return for sponsorship deals. 
In an exclusive interview with GhanaCelebrities.Com, Margaret Kuma-Mintah, 2013 Miss Ghana first runner-up cited the case of money they were made to raise which was to go to Korle-Bu Maternity ward but Inna Patty and her cronies, never donated to Korle-Bu. 
Margaret recounted that, before the grand finale, all the 20 contestants were given letters (below) to help raise funds to make a donation to Korle-Bu’s maternity ward. She raised 6,000 GHS out of the 10,000 GHS target which was given, her other friend (another contestant) raised the whole 10,000 GHS and even though she cannot remember how much the others raised, they also raised something. 
Yet, Inna Patty failed to make the said donation—claiming the money raised was not enough and therefore she was going to deposit the money into a Miss Ghana bank account. Inna Patty is said to have told the girls that after the final event, they would make the said donation—and Margaret says, this never happened and she does not know what Inna did with the monies they raised. 
Following her allegation, GhanaCelebrites.Com made checks at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, to find out if the organizers of the Miss Ghana Beauty pageant have donated any of such monies raised to the hospital since they used the hospital’s name to solicit for the funds—and therefore, the funds should have come to them. 
Shockingly, our checks at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital has revealed that, they’ve not received any donations from Miss Ghana organisers since 2013—and the only donation they’ve ever received from them was for 250 GHS, before 2013, made to the Children Health Department.
The question therefore is; where did all the monies Inna Patty and her Exclusive Events Ghana raise through the 20 contestants in 2013, using Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital’s Maternity ward as the ground for their appeal as shown in the above letter go? 

There’s also no public record of Inna Patty or her Exclusive Events Ghana making any donations to Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. 
It’s one thing to be alleged to be pimping out girls and exploiting them, but it’s unpardonable, even criminal, to embezzle charity funds. 

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