The most awaited Ghana Most Beautiful finale is here today and at long last the battle has ended. Guess who walked away with the car, cash, and the enviable title of Queen?
Following weeks of extensive showcasing of beauty, talent, and character, only six of the initial sixteen contestants from each of Ghana's regions made it to the final. However the eviction of contestants like Kwansema, Afua of the Central Region and Easten Region respectively broke the hearts of many who believed they had a good chance of getting to the finals of the pageant and if possible winning Ghana's Most Beautiful this year but unfortunately they left along the line.
A lot of people supported Sarfoa of the Ashanti Region, but others believed Wedaga of the Upper East Region had a good chance. Perhaps Setor of the Volta Region or Mfodwo of the Bono Region could be victorious.
The project of the ladies were very inspiring and motivating.
Setor aspired to create awareness on mental health.
Wedaga was passionate about curbing teenage pregnancy and improve sex education.
Manu's project was to create awareness about safety and security in our communities.
Sarfowa hoped to change rehabilitation system in communities and the nation at large.
Akosua hoped to be in the position to empower others especially young girls aim high.
Mfodwo also aspired to provide support to the orphans in the communities.
As the judges always say, they are all queens but one person has to take the crown and that one person was.... SARFOWA. The winner of the 2021 Ghana's Most Beautiful.
Setor took the 1st runner up
Manu took the 2nd runner up and
Wedaga took the 3rd runner up
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