Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2021 season 14 has been a great journey for the contestants this year. This is a show that promotes Ghana's sixteen unique regions, its people, culture and values. Not only does it celebrate beauty, but it also seeks to redefine beauty to promote national unity.
As today was the semi finals for the contestants which was made up of Sarfo, Manu, Wedaga, Mfodwo, Akosua, Setor and Kwansema. One of them had to say good bye leaving the other six contestants to go for the finals.
They all preformed marvelously tonight but unfortunately for Kwansema, she had to say goodbye. All contestants performed from the perspective of tourism in their locality. They had to narrate some of the tourist sites including their rich culture to the judges and audience. Although she did well but the vote also counts. She has been performing well since the beginning of the show but as the judges always say, “ we have only 40% and the 60% depends on your vote.” T
Her real name Edith Arthur. She represented the Central Region this year Ghana’s Most Beautiful beauty pageant. She loves singing and acting.
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