Mfodwo revealed that she was disappointed with the judge’s remarks after her best performance on stage.
Eva Afia Mfodwo disclosed that her enactment of the enstoolment ceremony in the Bono region was miscommunicated. She explained that the judges did not understand that it was a celebratory performance.
“For me, I believe I have always delivered, especially when it comes to the speaking part. But it was the celebration night. I still did my best. I did enstoolment in the Bono region. But I think it didn’t really come across as a celebration because of how it’s done in our region.
“You have to be clad in black like you are mourning because we are still mourning the past chief who is dead. So that was how I came on stage, and after doing everything … I didn’t even have to smile. I didn’t have to show emotions or any sign of joy. So I did it with all seriousness. And after, Aunty Dzibordi was like, hmmm you did well, I was educated, but that was a fair performance. So I went back, and I was like wow….”
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By Grace Somuah-Annan|3news.com|Ghana