Joseph Odoom: Past Student of Takoradi Technical University Wins DSTV ‘House Of Chefs’ Cooking Competition
- A talented Ghanaian Chef has recently won a cooking competition organized by DSTV in South Africa
- Joseph Odoom competed with Chefs from Nigeria, Zambia, Rwanda, DR Congo, Nigeria, and Kenya
- The 26-year-old received a cash prize of Ghc30,000 for winning
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A recent publication by Edward Asare indicates that a Ghanaian man has made his motherland proud as he emerges as the winner for a show on DSTV called 'House of Chefs.'
The report sighted by YEN.com.gh shared that Joseph Odoom represented Ghana on DSTV Honey's House of Chef' and topped in the competition.
The young chef who won the ultimate price of Ghc30,000 after conquering his competitors from DR Congo, Nigeria, Kenya, Zambia, Rwanda and Nigeria.
The publication indicated that Joseph had his undergraduate education at the Takoradi Technical University where he studied Hospitality Management and Administration.
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The 26-year-old man is currently a pastry and sous chef for Fulani Kitchen.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Benedicta Sarfoa Asamoah, representing the Ashanti Region, has been crowned the winner of the 2021 Ghana's Most Beautiful show. She was mentioned as the winner at the grand finale, which came off at the National Theatre in Accra on October 3, 2021.
Sarfoa took home a cash prize of 10,000 cedis, a brand new car, a one-year fabric supply from GTP, as well as souvenirs from all the sponsors of the 2021 edition of the show.
Even before she was mentioned as the winner on the night, many people had nurtured this expectation right from the start as Sarfoa had been consistent since day 1 of the 2021 GMB show. She made a presentation on her prison project named 'Agenda Briff'.
She seeks to advocate better prison conditions for inmates so that when they eventually come out from there, they could fit well into society.
Sarfoa had also swept patrons at the National Theatre off their feet with her delivery on her question for the night on her take on the ban of corporal punishment in schools.
For the 3rd position, Manu from the Western Region won and took away a cash prize of 5,000 cedis. Wedaga from the Upper East Region took fourth place and received a cash prize of GHC 3,000.
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