The second edition of the male intellectual pageant, Male Icon Ghana 2012 has been launched at Crytstal Park at East Legon in Accra.

The launch, performed by the National Coordinator of the Youth in Agriculture Programme, Alhaji Adams, was done to unveil the 10 finalists selected during last month’s audition for the grand finale.

The grand finale of the Male Icon, which promised to be a night of music and fashion, would be held at the Kama Conference Centre in Accra on September 21 at 7:00 p.m.

The 10 finalists were Otis Kwame Quaicoe (Painter/Model), Isaac Osei Debrah (Accra Ploytechnic), Anthony Mensah (Institute of Professional Studies), Osei Sebastian Apenteng (IPMC), Frank Nana Kojo Antwi (Wisconsin International University), Daniel Appoh (Creative Land School of Broadcasting and Media), Kenny Jim Parku (Direct Sales Executive), Eric Tetteh Ayertey (Graduate, University of Ghana), Thomas Andoh (Graduate, University of Ghana) and Patrick Adjei Nketia (Marketing Executive).

Alhaji Adams, in a short speech, advised the contestants to use the male icon platform to aspire for greater things in life while building their confidence and individual careers. He wished them all the best.

Male Icon Ghana was a production of Harlem World Entertainment and proudly sponsored by Truth X Vision with support from Crystal Park Events and Hosting Centre (East Legon), Manuel Imagery, Ojeanne wear, Nicholine, Chapter One clasics, Blue Ice, Srok Designs, 2 heads, Slimzy Fashion consult, Digital Innovations, Imani Impressionz, Good life Campaign, Flex NewspaperNEWS ONE, Exclusive Men’s Magazine, Hello Gh, and Applied ICT Solutions UK.

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