Yesterday was the fantastic finale of Ghana’s Most Beautiful. Out of 16 dazzling women who began the program, 10 were expelled from the opposition through votes and judges’ choices. The excess 6 were: Sarfoa, Akosua, Wedega, Mfodwo, Manu and Setor. These lovely hopefuls have held their areas in high regard and recounted the great accounts of their individual locales apparently.
Be that as it may, there must be just one sovereign and clearly, in the wake of assembling every one of the votes, Sarfoa, the agent of the Ashanti area won the expo. She was delegated and she is formally Ghana’s Most Beautiful, taking the crown from her nearby archetype Naa, from Greater Accra.
After the announcement, some Ghanaians via online media have depended on taking Media General’s TV3 on. As indicated by Amos Jeff Godzo, the one who started the contention on Facebook, TV3 tricked Wedaga and Setor, as far as he might be concerned, he wouldn’t urge any Ghanaian woman to squander her energy on TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB). In any case, other Ghanaians who saw the assertion to be repulsive responded and safeguarded Sarfoa. They specified the characteristics that Sarfoa had, which most candidates needed. Sarfoa is articulate, savvy, unassuming, mature and distinguishingly wonderful.
In spite of the fact that Setor and Wedaga were similarly excellent and wise, they didn’t have a high awareness of what’s actually funny and votes like Sarfo, hence, nobody can fault TV3 for their misfortune. Furthermore, this isn’t the stopping point for them. They have the openness and extremely valuable freedom to impact the change they proclaim to be are energetic about. The sky isn’t the cutoff. There is no should be delegated before you can feel like a sovereign.
Partake in a portion of the contentions that other Ghanaians enrolled via online media concerning Sarfoa’s triumph:
Source: Musik Waves GH