After 13 weeks of education and entertainment from contestants of this year’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB), Ashanti Regional representative, Sarfoa, emerged as the winner.
Volta Regional representative, Setor took the first runner up position. And Manu, Western Regional representative, emerged as the second runner up.
Speaking with MzGee on TV3 New Day, Sarfoa revealed that she was a bit apprehensive before her performance on stage on the day of the grand finale.
She further explained that she developed these feelings because she did not want to disappoint her family and everyone supporting her since the beginning of her journey.
“I was looking at my family and all those out there who were rooting for me. And I did not have to disappoint those supporting me.
“I told myself I cannot disappoint those supporting me. So I kept on going through my lines and going deep inside of me so I can bring the best out of myself.”
Recounting a therapeutic interaction with the judges, Queen Sarfoa gave an instance where Judge Dzigbordi Kwaku encouraged them to exhibit and display their passion through their presentation.
Speaking on her experience with the crown, she stated that, “It was a missed feeling when I wore the crown. I felt the burden, and it kept coming to me. I kept asking myself if I will be able to do my project to impact lives.
“I wanted to carry this project out. And the time has finally come to show Ghanaians how I was dying to impact lives and to be an inspiration and the hope and life of this generation,” she added.
The reigning GMB queen stated that the exposure given to her via the platform will also aid in executing her project, Agenda Briff. This project seeks to demand the proper rehabilitation of prisoners in the country.
She also dedicated the crown to all who have been supporting and encouraging her throughout her journey.
Queen Manu stated that she is content with her position and looks forward to impacting lives with her project, ‘Be Your Own Police’. This project will conscientize children and adults on how to be security-conscious and stay safe. She stated that her next move is to root out for sponsors to support the initiative.
She said, “I will go on school tours and conscientize kids on how they can stay safe. I will form a cadet group where women and children will also be trained on self-defence”.
Queen Manu added that she will also be working with the Ghana Police Service to strengthen security in the country.
Both Sarfoa and Manu gave a heartfelt appreciation for the exposure and opportunity given to them by TV3.
Sarfoa emerged winner with a cash prize, a car, a crown, an all-expense-paid trip to Dubai and a beneficiary of a one-year supply of GTP fabric.
Setor also walked home with a cash price of GHS 8,000 for being the first runner up while Manu gets GHS5,000 for coming third.
By Benedicta Naa Lamiorkor Lawson|3news.com|Ghana