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18.09.2020 Industry News

Who Wins Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2020? Send Your Predictions

The six finalists
LISTEN SEP 18, 2020
The six finalists

Sunday, September 20, promises to be an exciting night as six beautiful ladies of Ghanaian origin come together to battle it out for the most coveted title in the beauty pageant industry, Ghana Most Beautiful 2020.

All six contestants representing the various regions in the country have arguably redefined beauty as well as promoted national unity through their performances.

Week by week, the contestants educated their ardent followers and viewers on rich cultural values and traditions from their respective regions. Now that the tension, excitement and tears are over, the six ladies will line up for the ultimate prize this Sunday.

The winner on the night will walk away with a brand new car, cash prize and a year's supply of wardrobe as well as a fun trip to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

The event, which is strictly by invitation, will take place at Studio B, located inside the premises of TV3.

Attendees at the grand finale will see an entirely different show with a series of add-ons to make the event an unforgettable one.

It promises to be a night of glitz and glamour accompanied by fierce competition when the six finalists mount the stage to compete.

Which of the six finalists is likely to win the crown? Kafui of the Volta Region, Afriyie of the Central Region, Greater Accra's Naa, Zuzu, the pride of Northern Region, Talata of the Upper East Region or Ahafo Region's Abena?

To add to the fun and excitement on the night will be the multiple award-winning musicians, Adina and Kidi, the sensational singer, Camidoh and Mentor Reloaded winner, Optional King. Legendary group, Praye, will also be performing on the night.

Ghana's Most Beautiful is a platform for showcasing and educating the public on the rich Ghanaian culture and other elements shared by members of various societies in all the regions across the country.

By George Clifford Owusu

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