The Judges have decided and the people voted. After hard work, resilience, and creativity, Sarfoa won this year’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful – GMB 2021.
After 12 weeks of music, dancing, tradition, fashion, and cultural display from these 16 contestants of Ghana Most Beautiful representing the 16 regions of Ghana. Six (6) contestants have emerged on top after conquering and battling their way through tasks and tests. And as this year’s theme goes, these ladies have indeed redefined the meaning of true beauty.
Votes and Winners of Ghana Most Beautiful 2021
Winner – Sarfoa
1st Runner Up – Setor
2nd Runner Up – Manu
3rd Runner Up – Wadaga
4th Runner Up – Akosua
5th Runner Up – Mfodwo
Ghana Most Beautiful 2021 Finalists
Setor Abra Norgbe
She aspires to leverage the GMB platform to help mental health awareness in society. Setor Abra Norgbe is a 28-year-old medical doctor representing the Volta Region.
Juliana Akosua Manu
22-year-old Manu is representing the Western Region. She is a service personal stationed at the Ghana Revenue Authority. Juliana Akosua Manu Afful hopes to create awareness about menstrual health.
Benedicta Sarfoa Asamoah
Benedicta Sarfoa Asamoah is a 24-year-old research assistant. Sarfoa, from the Ashanti Region, hopes to change the rehabilitation system in the country. In her vision, ex-convicts would have a smooth re-entry and integration into society.
Beatrice Obiri Nortey
Akosua represents the Oti Region of Ghana. Beatrice Obiri Nortey is a 26-year-old Property Sales Executive who hopes to leverage the GMB platform to create a tribe of women mentors to serve as role models for young girls.
Eva Afia Mfodwo
Eva Afia Mfodwo, with the stage name Mfodwo, representing the Bono Region of Ghana. She is 25-year-old and an administrator by profession. Eva hopes to tackle the problem of girl child education, especially for orphaned girls.
Princess Diana Wedaga Ayongo
Wedaga, born Princess Diana Wedaga Ayongo, is a 21-year-old student representing the Upper East Region. Wedaga is passionate about curbing teenage pregnancy in society through extensive sex education.