Ghana’s Most Beautiful is a beauty pageant TV program that educates Ghanaians and outsiders about the various cultural values and heritage in the sixteen regions in Ghana
The program is organized by TV3 and its media partners.
1. Mfodwo, Bono Region Rep
Eva Afia Mfodwo, She is 25-year-old and an administrator by profession. She loves reading, cooking and sometimes writing and aspires to be a lawyer in future.
Eva hopes to tackle the problem of girl child education, especially for orphaned girls.
2. Princess Dede Tetteh, stage name Dede is the Greater Accra representative
21-year-old Dede is a beautician and loves cooking, reading and listening to music.
She aspires to be a lawyer and hopes to change the perception surrounding mental health issues in the country.
3. Margaret Johnbosco, stage name, Tamah is North East Region representative
She is a 28-year-old cashier and a student. She loves reading, listening to music, dancing and riding a motor bike.
Tamah is passionate about women empowerment and giving hope to the less privileged.
4. Abubakari Hiba, stage name Teiya, Northern Region representative , is a 21-year-old student nurse at the University for Development Studies.
She loves cooking and having fun with friends.
Teiya is passionate about helping the youth identify and build their talents.
5. Adu Yeboah, stage name Akua, is a registered midwife and representing the Ahafo region.
Akua loves reading, swimming and playing lawn tennis.
She hopes to tackle the alarming rate of maternal mortality in Ghana.
6. Beatrice Obiri Nortey, stage name Akosua is a 26-year-old Property Sales Executive and Oti Region Representative.
Akosua loves reading, listening to music and dancing.
She hopes to leverage the GMB platform to create a tribe of women mentors to serve as role models for young girls.
7. Priscilla Esi Nyamekye, stage name Esi and Western North representative is currently a student of Wiawso College of Education and a student teacher.
She loves researching and watching football.
Esi is passionate about championing girl child education.
8. Afua, Eastern Region representative is currently a student of Knutsford University College.
She loves reading, singing and listening to music.
Afua hopes to leverage her future role as a GMB Queen to fight against galamsey in her area.
9. Benedicta Sarfoa Asamoah, stage name Sarfoa is the Ashanti Region representative and a research assistant.
Sarfoa loves reading, dancing, acting and listening to music.
She hopes to change the rehabilitation system in the country.
10. Dora Mwinteroo Diyuoh, stage name Teroo is a 26-year-old nurse and the Upper West Region representative.
She loves writing, talking and acting.
Teroo aspires to be a maternal health advocate, creative writer and a lawyer.
11. Nana Akua Aduofuaa, stage name Nana is an undergraduate French student of KNUST and Bono East Representative.
Nana loves reading and learning other languages.
She hopes to use the GMB platform to launch her safe period project and aspires to be the best French teacher in Ghana.
12. Juliana Akosua Manu, stage name Manu is a service personnel of Ghana Revenue Authority and Western Region representative.
Manu loves acting, cooking and singing.
She hopes to create awareness about menstrual health and aspires to be a great entrepreneur.
13. Wedaga, born Princess Diana Wedaga Ayongo, is a 21-year-old student representing the Upper East Region.
Wedaga loves reading and debating and she’s passionate about curbing teenage pregnancy in society through extensive sex education.
14. Juliana Arama Sulemana, stage name Arama is a service personnel and Savannah Region representative.
Arama loves traveling, reading and cooking.
She aspires to become a lawyer and she’s passionate about creating awareness and ending stigmatization on mental health.
15. Setor Abra Norgbe is a 28-year-old medical doctor representing the Volta Region.
She loves reading, writing, dancing and listening to music.
Setor aspires to be a multifaceted doctor and hopes to become an icon and inspiration to young girls.
16. 20 year old Edith Arthur, stage name Kwansema, is representing the Central Region of Ghana.
She loves singing, acting and spoken word.
Kwansema is angling to tackle teenage pregnancy and drug abuse in her community and hopes to use vocational skills to fight against the menace.