- The chiefs of Some Traditional Area in the Volta Region has banned ladies from that area from participating in future shows of TV3
- This follows Enam, the region’s representative being crowned second at the 2019 Ghana’s Most Beautiful show
- The chiefs claim Enam was robbed of the crown and this is a disgrace to her and the region at large
- The 2019 GMB winner was Ekua from the Central Region
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The leaders of the Some Traditional Area in the Volta Region have banned ladies from that area for taking part in any show organised by TV3.
In a press release seen by YEN.com.gh, and signed by three of the chiefs, - Torgbui Adamah III, Torgbui Atsu-Awuaba IV, and Torgbui Nyonyo III, the traditional area says its ladies are no longer interested in any future show of TV3, specifically, Ghana’s Most Beautiful.
This follows their belief that Enam, the 2019 representative of GMB was robbed of her crown.
According to them, Enam was supposed to have won the ultimate but her verdict was stolen and later placed second.
The release claim that it was clear from the beginning to the end of the show that Enam was winning.
It also said the people supported her massively with votes which were determinant in who is winning the ultimate, stressing that Enam had been robbed.
“Enam did everything humanly possible to win the coveted crown, and the people of Ghana, knowing her ability to perform wonders, supported her massively with their votes.”
“Enam put up brilliant outstanding performances from the onset to the end, even at the expense of her health. We also supported her with the voting or texting she came up tops in the voting segment with a very wide margin. What on earth has made her lose the crown? The whole world wants to know.”
Meanwhile, the 2019 GMB winner was declared as Ekua from the Central Region.
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