It was a night of talent fused with education on varied societal issues as contestants took turns to entertain and educate studio audience and viewers at home.
One after the other, all six remaining contestants came on stage to sing, dance, act, and recite poems, all centered on issues that are of concern to society.
The usually calm Tewa of the Central Regio n kicked off the performances with poetry amidst a lot of energy and passion on the attitude of public sector workers.
Throughout her performance, Tewa highlighted some negative attitudes some public sector workers exhibit, including spending time on taking pictures for ocial media. She made an action call for all workers to be committed to their duties for a better Ghana.
After Tewa came Greater Accra Region’s Naa with a skit on the need to keep the cities tidy at all times.
She mentioned some diseases associated with living in a filthy environment, and the repercussions associated with littering around, and called for everyone to be each other’s keeper to ensure that we have clean cities in Ghana, for healthy lives.
Upper East’s Wekia came through with her bubbly self as a dancer and a spoken word artiste while addressing the issue of graduate unemployment.
She called for young people not to let unemployment devastate them, but rather capitalize on their situation to start something on their own and create jobs for themselves.
The ever hyper and energetic Abena from the Eastern Region came well prepared for the party as usual, as she acted, sang and danced while advocating for the combating of teenage pregnancy.
With her performance, she charged young teenagers to be mindful of the people they associate themselves with, and not expose themselves to exploitation, which eventually leads to teenage pregnancy.
Brong Ahafo’s Ohema performed as a singer on the subject of brain drain, calling on leaders to make Ghana a suitable place for young people to thrive.
Afrah from the Ashanti Region came in as a singer, who used the lyrics of her songs to call on all and sundry not to engage in any form of domestic violence.
At the end of the night, Upper East Region representative Wekia was adjudged the Entertaining Performer for the exciting manner in which she showcased her talent and sent her message across.
Abena bagged her fourth Star Performer award, making her the contestant to have won the title the most.
Her energy and passion is unparalleled as judges Linda Ampah and Bernie Asher praised her for the performance just like has been done in the past nine weeks.
Sadly for the Greater Accra Region, Naa had to painfully exit the competition as she was evicted from the competition with some three weeks to the Grand Finale, which is slated for December 9, 2018 at the National Theatre.
Make a date on TV3 and all its social media platforms every Sunday at 8:00pm as contestants educate and entertain through exciting performances.
By Irene Amesimeku| 3news.com|Ghana