According to the organisation, it has received Sarah's resignation letter, in which she stated her decision to relinquish the title as “personal.”
“Her lawyers wrote to inform us about her decision to resign and according to the letter, it is a personal decision” CEO, Inna Patty said on Friday.
Inna has also rejected media reports that Sarah was “unhappy with demands required of her.”
She explained that the only expectation made on Sarah was the requirements for which winners work as Queens of Miss Ghana.
“Contestants are fully aware of these requirements when they take up the mantle to be queens,” she further stated.
“It is unfortunate that she couldn't continue with us and we wish her well,” Inna added.
Exclusive Events hinted that this decision may have been catalysed by "rather unfortunate circumstances" on Sarah's part; to which management did not have the opportunity to remedy or assist despite all their effort made to do so.
“ We assure followers of the brand that all is well. We will keep doing our possible best to work with winners who are ready to work with us, ” she added. Read Full Story