Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2021 has unveiled 16 beautiful ladies from the 16 regions of Ghana, contending for the title as the most beautiful girl in Ghana.
The launch took place on the TV3 premises on 11th July 2021. Where 16 ladies representing all the regions of Ghana were revealed to the general public as the 13-weeK journey for the crown, car, and cash begins.
This year’s edition is themed: ‘Rediscovering True Beauty’, and TV3 has promised an unprecedented show.
Eva Afia Mfodwo, with the stage name Mfodwo, is representing the Bono Region of Ghana. She is 25-year-old and an administrator by profession. Eva hopes to tackle the problem of girl child education, especially for orphaned girls.
21-year-old Princess Dede Tetteh is representing the Greater Accra Region. She prefers to be known as Dede whilst competing in GMB. Dede is a beautician who has set out to change the perception surrounding mental health issues in the country.
Tamah is representing the North East Region of Ghana. Margaret Johnbosco is a 28-year-old cashier and student passionate about helping kayaye’s find alternative means of livelihood instead of living on the streets.
Constance Adu Yeboah is representing the Ahafo Region of Ghana. 25-year-old Constance, who goes by the stage name Ekua, is a midwife who hopes to tackle the alarming rate of maternal mortality in Ghana.
Abubakari Hiba is representing the Northern Region of Ghana and goes by the stage name Teiya in the competition. The 21-year-old student nurse at the University for Development Studies is passionate about helping the youth identify and build their talents.
Akosua is representing the Oti Region of Ghana. Beatrice Obiri Nortey is a 26-year-old Property Sales Executive who hopes to leverage the GMB platform to create a tribe of women mentors to serve as role models for young girls.
21-year old Priscilla Esi Nyamekye is representing the Western North Region of Ghana. Esi is currently a student and is passionate about championing the importance of girl child education.
Efua represents the Eastern Region of Ghana. Where she hopes to leverage her future role as a GMB Queen to fight against galamsey in the area. Afua Adu-Gyamfua Marfo is a 19-year-old student of Knutsford University majoring in Human Resource Management.
Benedicta Sarfoa Asamoah is a 24-year-old research assistant. Sarfoa, from the Ashanti Region, hopes to change the rehabilitation system in the country. In her vision, ex-convicts would have a smooth re-entry and intergration into society. According to her, the prison system should be a correctional facility, not a breeding ground for more criminals.
Teroo, a 24-year-old nurse, is representing the Upper West Region. Dora Mwinteroo Diywoh is passionate about tackling teenage pregnancy and maternal mortality, which she believes would reduce the poverty rate in her community.
Nana Akua Aduofuaa represents the Bono East Region of Ghana. She hopes to use the GMB platform to launch her safe period project. 20-year-old Nana is a student of KNUST and majors in French and Francophone studies.
22-year-old Manu is representing the Western Region. She is a service personal stationed at the Ghana Revenue Authority. Juliana Akosua Manu Afful hopes to create awareness about menstrual health.
Wedaga, born Princess Diana Wedaga Ayongo, is a 21-year-old student representing the Upper East Region. Wedaga is passionate about curbing teenage pregnancy in society through extensive sex education.
Julia Arama Sulemana is representing the Savana Region of Ghana. 27-year-old Arama is a service person who is passionate about creating awareness and ending stigmatization on mental health.
Edith Arthur, with the stage name Kwansema, is representing the Central Region of Ghana. The 20-year-old is angling to tackle teenage pregnancy and drug abuse in her community. She hopes to use vocational skills to fight against the menace.
By Grace Somuah-Annan|3news.com|Ghana