The 2022 Ghana's Most Beautiful pageant's grand finale is scheduled for Sunday, October 9, 2022, and everything is ready. Asiedua enters tonight's final as one of the favourites to win the coveted title after succeeding during the many weeks since the competition began.
The Central Regional representative, Grace Afenyi Owusu-Arhin, who goes by Asiedua, has won over fans not just in her area but all over the country with her performances. The 23-year-old Asiedua deserved to win the title since she developed throughout this season, despite the equally strong competition from the other four finalists.
She presents herself like a polished young woman from a respectable family, so it was no surprise when she won the title of contestant with the best costume on the final eviction night. Asiedua utilised her eloquence to her advantage while wearing her eye-catching costume and persuaded the judges to keep her in the competition so she could move on to the finals.
She emphasised that she is really interested in how GMB competitors develop from girls to ladies of integrity. Asiedua, a qualified journalist, set her sights on starting a programme to get school dropouts back in school when she was named GMB Queen for this season.
She has also made it a priority to assist in providing the youth with a variety of skills so they can take care of themselves, their families, and the community as a whole. Becoming a Queen will mean the Central region has produced four different winners since GMB started, the most by any region.
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