Yesterday was the grand finale of Ghana’s Most Beautiful. Out of 16 gorgeous ladies who started the program, 10 were evicted from the competition through votes and judges’ decisions. The remaining 6 were: Sarfoa, Akosua, Wedega, Mfodwo, Manu and Setor. These pretty contestants have held their regions in high esteem and told good stories to the best of their knowledge.
Sarfoa, Ashanti regional representative was finally crowned victorious and Queen of Ghana’s Most Beautiful. Sarfoa has always been eloquent, elegant, humble and intelligent. Her distinguished beauty and strong command over the Queen’s language will simply sweep you off your feet. Indeed, some Ghanaians from the Volta region also recognized this in her and prayed for her to win. One of these Voltarians declared her intention on Facebook.
Setor represented the good people of the Volta region. She is also beautiful and intelligent. She is a medical doctor, however, she couldn’t impress her own like how Sarfoa was able to win her own people and that of other regions’. This shows that indeed, Sarfoa deserves the crown.
This is the second time a representative from the Ashanti region has won Ghana’s Most Beautiful. The first lady who won for the region was Akua, in 2011. She ended up marrying the Chief Executive Officer of the Angel Group of Companies- Dr Kwaku Oteng. We pray Sarfoa will make priceless use of this exposure and opportunity. She is the Queen of Queens.
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