The 2021 edition of Ghana's Most Beautiful began thirteen weeks ago and the competition was a very tough one. All the sixteen contestants from the sixteen different regions of Ghana did their best. Along the line, some contestants were evicted. It's a competition so definitely, some of the contestants will be evicted.
After the all the evictions, six finalists were left. They were Sarfoa from the Ashanti Region, Akosua from the Oti Region, Wedaga from the Upoer East Region, Mfodwo from the Bono Region, Manu from the Western Region and Setor from the Volta Region of the Republic of Ghana.
After thirteen weeks, a winner has been crowned. Sarfoa from the Ashanti Region has been crowned the winner of GMB 2021. She came, she saw, and she has conquered. In her presentation, she talked about prisons in Ghana. Sarfoa who is from the Ashanti region is going home with the car, the GH¢ 10,000 cash prize and a trip abroad.
Setor from the Volta Region was the first runner up. Manu from the Western Region was the second runner up, Wedaga from the Upper East Region was third runner up, Akosua from the Oti Region was the fourth runner up and Mfodwo was the fifth runner up.
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