Mr. Ransford Antwi, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sunyani based Suncity Radio has pleaded with the people of Bono, Bono East and Ahafo regions to support and push the regions’ representative,Mfodwo with massive vote to help her escape eviction in the 2021 Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB) contest.
The 25 year-old Eva Afia Mfodwo who goes by stage name ‘Mfodwo’ a native of Drobo in the Jaman South Municipality of the Bono region would compete the remaining contestants from Ashanti, Oti, Upper East and Western regions at the Semi-final stage come Sunday night.
Mr. Antwi noted such competitions were mostly won by votes accumulated, hence, there is crucial need for both massive vote and financial support at this critical stage of the competition to increase Mfodwo’s chances of winning the 2021 GMB for the region.
He made the plea in an interview with newsmen in Sunyani on Saturday, saying, voting to support Mfodwo could push her to escaped eviction and guarantee her place in the finals stage.
Speaking on Suncity Radio morning show in Sunyani, Linda Mfodwaa, a sister and member of Mfodwo’s team, called on sons and daughters of the three (Brong-Ahafo) regions to beef up their support by voting massively for Mfodwo to increase her chances of winning the altimate crown of the GMB.
According to her, no contestant for the past 14 years has won such competition for the regions, therefore, victory for Mfodwo is victory for the entire regions.
She thanked the media, Ghanaians and especially people of the Bono region and Drobo, her hometown for the love and support shown Mfodwo till this stage of the GMB.
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