Yesterday's edition of the most followed and celebrated beauty pageants show, TV3 Ghana Most Beautiful was full of thrills and and breaking hearts as the contestants came on stage to showcase their talents.
Many brought out different talents such as dancing, sports commentary, disc jockey, poems and many more. Arama on the other side brought something unique to the table that caught the attention of one of the most liked judges, Dzigbordi.
In Arama's performance, she showed how domestic violence has tamed so many women in the homes of their abusive partners in the form of acting. She portrayed how her boyfriend beat her up removing her wig in the process.
However, after the acting, Judge Dzigbordi openly told her that she could have done better because the content of her performance was something of national importance.
Mrs Dzigbordi told her that domestic violence is something that is absolutely not acceptable in the Ghanaian society and Arama could have hammered it more. She indicated that because of domestic violence, many women are being killed and children rendered homeless.
She congratulated Arama for bringing up that message to warn and empower women to live for their rights.
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