Meet 18-year-old SHS girl from small town in E/R who's a big-time model

Meet 18-year-old SHS girl from small town in E/R who's a big-time model

- A young lady called Faith The Model who's in high school at Mangoase SHS is fast-becoming a big-time model in Ghana

- Faith, who is only 18 years old, was discovered with amazing modelling talent during a pageant held at Adawso in 2018

- Currently, she is poised to be a brand ambassador for brands including hair and lotion products, and she also works as a video vixen

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Faith The Model, a young teenage girl who hails from a small town in the Eastern Region, is fast-growing into a big-time model in Ghana.

In an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, the young lady indicates how she was discovered by her management after contesting in Miss Adawso, a pageant that was held at her location in 2018.

From that moment, the young lady, who is currently 18 years old, kept being groomed to develop her talent and is now in the capacity to work with the biggest brands.

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Meet 18-year-old SHS girl from small town in E/R who's a big-time model

Meet 18-year-old SHS girl from small town in E/R who's a big-time model Source: Instagram, Faith The Model
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Faith The Model, as she is known on Instagram, is poised to be a brand ambassador for brands including hair and lotion products as she also works as a video vixen.

The 18-year-old model is currently in her second year at the Mangoase Senior High School in Koforidua. She is the third of four children that her single mother, Rosemary Korsaa has.

Check out some photos of the stunning young model below:

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Beautiful Black skin:

Stunning African model

In a separate report by YEN.com.gh, some residents in the Oti Region of Ghana have narrated that a road that was labelled by the government as completed is actually in a bad shape.

The video report by JoyNews sighted by YEN.com.gh indicates that the particular road which leads to Kadjebi was one of the roads captured as reshaped and completed in the project tracker by the government.

One of the motor riders who usually used the road said: "This road has been in its bad state for the past two years and there was no work done on it, so as you yourself can see, if they say they have rehabilitated it, then I don't think it is true".

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