Teiya won Ghana’s Most Beautiful GMB 2022

Teiya won Ghana’s Most Beautiful GMB 2022

The Judges decided and the people voted. After hard work, resilience, and creativity, Tung-Teiya Dahamani the Northern Region Representative has won this year’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful – GMB 2022.

She was followed closely by Aiko from Oti Region, who took second place, with Central Region’s Asiedua coming in third place.

After 12 weeks of music, dancing, tradition, fashion, and cultural display from these 16 contestants of Ghana Most Beautiful 2022 representing the 16 regions of Ghana. These five (5) 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.

Tung-Teiya Dahamani

Teiya is her stage name and she represents the Northern Region.

@queenteiya_gmb22 is 26 years old and an Alumni of UDS. Compassionately and empathetically she loves to impact positively on her society.

Teiya Ayisha Dahamani, Northern Region representative in 2022 Ghana Most Beautiful, has shown intelligence and queenly grace week after week.

And so it came as no surprise when Teiya won the Best Model on Fashion night after bagging the Best Costume award on Week 3.

She won the Most Eloquent award after her interaction with Queen Ruwaida on the impact of GMB22 on young girls and the nation.

After the last eviction night, Teiya secured her place in the grand finale.

Votes and Winners of Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2022

GMB 2022 Final Contestants


Final Votes






1st Runner-up



2nd Runner-up



3rd Runner-up



4th Runner-up

GMB 22 Winners and Cash Prizes

Teiya took home Gh¢ 10,000 cash, one year’s supply of GTP fabric, Gh¢ 20,000 medical insurance and spa treatment, a new techno phone, all-expense paid international trip and hampers from sponsors.

Aiko Adade coming in at second place for the Oti region received a Ghc¢ 8,000 cash prize, six months’ supply of GTP fabric, Gh¢ 15,000 worth of medical insurance and spa treatment, all-expense paid trip and souvenirs from Airtel-Tigo.

Third place went to Central Region’s Grace Afanyi Asiedua Arhin who took home Gh¢ 6,000 cash, three months’ supply of GTP fabric, Airtel-Tigo data and hampers from sponsors.

Eastern Region’s Amoai took fourth place with a Gh¢ 5,000 cash prize, one month’s supply of fabrics from GTP, and one month’s supply of data on Airtel-Tigo mifi and hampers from sponsors.

Xornam from the Volta Region came in fifth place taking home Gh¢ 3,000 cash price and hampers from sponsors.