Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2021 season 14 was a substantial journey for the contestants this year. The Pride of the Ashanti region. GMB2021 winner Sarfoa Asamoah last Saturday paid a courtesy call on His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II at the Manhyia Palace during the celebration of Akwasidae. This is a show that promotes Ghana's sixteen unique regions, its people, culture and values.
The Ashanti Region representative wins the season 14th edition of TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2021.
They say that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, and true to this, the beauty spares some time to have some pay a visit to His Royal Majesty, for supporting her won the Ghana’s Most Beautiful competition.
Born Benedicta Asamoah, Sarfoa beat competition from five others to win the GH¢10,000 cash, the brand new 4X4 car from MG Auto Ghana Limited and the crown.
The 24-year-old research assistant is sending the pride back to the Ashanti Region exactly 10 years after Sally Akua Amoakowah Mensah won it.
She thanked the chiefs and queen mothers of the Ashanti Community for supporting her.
Indeed, every woman is a queen in their own right, and so, the gorgeous Sarfoa is rocking in her floral colorful dress and looking stunningly beautiful.
The crowned Ghana's Most Beautiful (GMB) 2021 edition looking all sassy and elegant.
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