The just ended Ghana's Most Beautiful beauty pageant created so much tension among viewers as some believed the results declared wasn't fair as the first runner-up was believed to have been the winner.Glory Afua Aiko Adade who happens to be the first runner-up at the end of the competition represented the Oti Region. She had impressed most viewers with her amazing performances throughput the contest.
Aiko is a Level 400 student of the University of Ghana studying Veterinary Medicine . She is passionate about dogs even as she joins various communities to create awareness about rabies which most people in our part of the world have little knowledge about. Aiko stated playing of piano and violin as well as singing as her hobbies. Even as a student, she works as an event hostess. Throughout her performance in the Ghana's Most Beautiful Pageant, she has been awarded several awards ranging from the best performing contestant, star performer to the Most Eloquent contestant. This made most of her supporters to see as a promising winner of the contestant.
The competition was actually a tough one since all contestants are good at what they do. What did you like about Aiko's stage performances? Leave it in the comments section below and don't forget to look and share.
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