- The 2020 edition of TV3's Ghana Most Beautiful has come to an end
- Greater Accra region's Naa Dedei Botchwey, known as Naa on stage, was crowned the winner after 13 weeks of intense competition
- Aha fo region's Abena and Volata region's Kafui took the first runner-up and second runner-up positions respectively
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Greater Accra region's Naa Dedei Botchwey has won the 2020 edition of TV3's Ghana's Most Beautiful pageant (GMB 2020).
At the final held on Sunday, September 20, 2020, Na triumphed over five other contestants to take the crown.
A consistent performer, Naa had been winning plaudits with her performances throughout the 14 weeks the show has been running. She won the star performer three-time.
For her prize, Naa took home a brand new car, cash of GHC10,000, trip to Dubai, and a high-end smartphone with free data package for a year. She also received a sponsorship package from GTP for the supply of cloth for the next one-year among other prizes.
The Ahafo region's Abena took the first runner-up position and walked away with a cash prize of GC8,000, a trip to Dubai, among other prizes.
Kafui from the Volta region took the second runner-up position with GHC6,000 and a trip to Dubai, among other prizes from sponsors.
Highly rated Zuzu from Northern region was the third runner-up with GHC4,000 and a trip to Dubai, among other prizes.
Talata of the Upper East region took the fourth runner-up position with a cash prize of GHc2,000 and a trip to Dubai.
Central region's Afryie was the fifth runner-up and she won a trip to Dubai and a cash prize of GHc2,000, among other prizes.
The 2020 grand finale saw musical performances from evergreen Hiplife group Praye, Highlife sensation KiDi, Adina, Camidoh, and Mentor Reloaded winner Optional King.
The five artistes thrilled the audience with fine performances on the night.
The crowning brings an end to the reign of Ekua Bannerman Mends who won the competition in 2019.
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