- Oti Region's Elorm has won Di Asa season 6 at the grand finale held at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair Centre, Accra
- The plus-size entertainer defeated competition from other talented dancers to win the coveted 2022 crown last Sunday, January 8
- A video capturing the emotional moment Elorm broke down after she was named the winner has garnered reactions
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Oti Region's representative, Elorm, has been crowned winner of Di Asa season 6 at the grand finale held at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair Centre, Accra.
Her fierce competitor Gladisco clinched the second position, followed by Popinge, who emerged third in the exciting contest.
For her prize, Elorm received a brand new saloon car, cash, and products from sponsors for emerging the winner.
The first runner-up took home a mini truck (Aboboyaa) and products from the sponsors, while the second runner-up received a tricycle, a cash prize, and goodies.
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Emotional moment Elorm breaks down after she was named the winner
The grand finale of the Di Asa season 6 happened last Sunday, January 9, 2023. A video capturing the emotional moment Elorm broke down after she was named the winner has garnered reactions, with many congratulating her.
Watch the clip below:
Netizens comment on the video of Elorm being crowned winner of Di Asa season 6
She made it .
I think every show/competition on tv must be well investigated before allowed. A lot are being scammed in the name of di asa. I cry for ladies who risk using all their investment to vote and later get disappointed.. It's saaad.
Max Papa commented:
Congrats, obaa. You deserve it.
2022 Ghana Launch Control: Ibrahim Mahama’s Porsche 911 Turbo S Wins Fastest Car Race Show
Separately, YEN.com.gh reported in a previous story that businessman Ibrahim Mahama's Porsche 911 Turbo S emerged as the fastest car at the 2022 Ghana Launch Control hosted by BMW Club.
The Ghanaian business titan controlled the wheel of his Porsche 911 Turbo S in the first round but lost to the driver of a BMW F90 M5 and defending champion Nana Kojo.
Another driver named Chris took over the whip of Ibrahim Mahama in the subsequent rounds, defeating Nana Kojo to win the biggest race in Ghana.
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