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GMB - Ghana Most Beautiful

What is Ghana’s Most Beautiful?

Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB) is a beauty reality TV show in Ghana. It was created to showcase the Ghanaian cultural values and heritage from the sixteen regions of the country. Over the years, the show has gained popularity in Ghana and has become a significant cultural event.

History of Ghana’s Most Beautiful

The show was started in 2007 by TV3, one of the leading TV stations in Ghana. It runs for 13 weeks as the contestants compete against each other. The contestants engage in various activities such as cultural performances, showcasing talents, public speaking and social work.

The beauty pageant grand finale involves the finalists engaging in a Q&A session. The judges and the audience vote for the winner based on various criteria such as beauty, talent, intelligence and social cause.

Ghana’s Most Beautiful qualifications

  1. You must be a Ghanaian citizen.
  2. You must be between 18 years and 28 years.
  3. You must be fluent in English and one native language.

Winners prize

  1. A new car
  2. Ghc10,000 cash price,
  3. Ghc20,000 medical insurance
  4. A year’s supply of GTP fabric
  5. Spa treatment,
  6. A mobile phone
  7. An all-expense paid international trip
  8. Gift hampers from sponsors.

The 2022 pageant winner was Teiya Dahamani, who hails from the Northern Region. Her closest rivals were Aiko from Oti Region, who took second place, and Asiedua, third place, from Central Region.

Winners of Ghana’s Most Beautiful

  1. Teiya Dahamani from the Northern Region (2022)
  2. Benedicta Akua Sarfoa Asamoah from Ashanti Region (2021)
  3. Naa Dedei Botchwey from Greater Accra Region (2020)
  4. Ekua Mends Bannerman from Central Region (2019)
  5. Abena Kyei from Eastern Region (2018)
  6. Zeinab Abdul Mumin from Northern Region (2017)
  7. Yaba from Western Region (2016)
  8. Iddrisu Abdul Hafiz from Northern Region (2015)
  9. Baci from Upper West Region (2014)
  10. Poka from Upper East Region (2013)
  11. Emefa Adeti from Volta Region (2012)
  12. Akua Amoakowaa from Ashanti Region (2011)
  13. Nana Ama Agyeiwaa from Eastern Region (2010)
  14. Nasara Saani Mohammed from Northern Region (2009)
  15. Sarah Adoley Addo from Greater Accra Region (2008)
  16. Ama from Central Region (2007)

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