Inna Patty, the CEO of Exclusive Events Ghana has come under heavy criticisms by some sections of the public after an exclusive story was published on how she allegedly exploits the winners of the beauty pageant show Miss Ghana, a franchise that she currently owns.
The exclusive stories were first published by Ghanacelebrities.com and several other websites picked up the story and since then it’s become one of the major discussions on the Social media space, with several others calling on Inna Patty to respond to those allegations.
Inna Patty was expected to grant an exclusive interview to Abeiku Santana on Okay FM On Monday 18th December, to react to the allegations leveled against her by 4 former Miss Ghana beauty queens but the interview couldn’t hold because Inna Patty refused to attend the interview as agreed, for obvious reasons.
In the series of articles that were written by Chris Vincent and published on GC, the four former beauty queens of Miss Ghana told the blogger that, Inna embezzled monies they raised and turned them into perpetual beggars.
With all of these damning allegations leveled at Inna Patty and her Exclusive events Ghana, her lawyers at Akuffo-Addo, Prempeh & Co have issued a press statement describing the allegations leveled against their client as baseless and categorically untrue.
The statement went ahead to state that they shall not refuse to “institute legal action against any such person to vindicate the names of our clients and to recover punitive damages for those publications.”