“At this point, it’s your passion because it doesn’t pay the bill. From 2012 till date we’ve never made a profit. We’ve never made a dime. The books are there you can come and have a look at them,” she told Bola Ray on Starr Chat Wednesday.”
She added most of the expenditure of the pageant has been personally taken up by herself.
“I finance a lot of the things by myself, most of the travels are paid by me because it’s my passion and I love it. I decided to put away the family business to do Miss Ghana because it’s my passion.”
Inna who has working experience from the prestigious London stock exchange also revealed to Bola Ray that she bought the franchise with several thousands of dollars.