On Sunday, July 17, 2022, in Kumasi, thee next season of one of Ghana’s most well-known and regarded pageantry reality shows Ghana’s Most Beautiful premiered.
On Sunday, July 17, 2022, TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful, which has over the years featured the rich culture of Ghana through pageantry, debuted.
The event, held at the Kumasi Center for National Culture, under the theme ” Ghana’s beauty, Africa’s Pride”, outperformed all 16 female competitors from Ghana’s 16 administrative regions.
A large number of dignitaries, including chiefs, traditional leaders, and other well-respected members of society, attended the launch of this year’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful.
Following the launch, the 16 stunning women will have the chance to demonstrate their understanding of Ghanaian culture, as well as the numerous celebrations and tourist destinations in their distinct Regions, in the coming weeks.
The contestants for the 16 Regions who will represent those Regions in this year’s pageantry are listed below.
Ghana’s most beautiful 2022 contestants: Ashanti region is represented by Kessewaa, Tiwaa ready to make Ahafo region proud. Bono East region have Takyiwaa, Owusuwaa ready to work harder for Bono region, Volta region comes with Xornam, Greater Accra region will be proud of Naa Ahema, Amoani goes for Eastern region, Nyarkoah confident to take the crown to the Western region, Afrah contesting and from the Western North region.
Moreover, Asieduwaa as the names suggests, representing Central region, Aiko for Oti region, Hariya for Savannah region, Yenupang will bring to us the culture of North East region, Teiva gives as a taste of Northern region, Agbang represents Upper West region and Anaba for Upper East region.
Because of the emotional agony and sadness they produce, broken hearts are typically difficult experiences that most people dread. Because they are worried about their friends and family making fun of them, nobody wants to talk about these events.
Heartbreaks are unavoidable and don’t care about your age, social class, gender, etc., according to Ghanaian musician Wendy Shay. There is no question about this because many examples have been verified.
“Broken heart is universal. It doesn’t know if you’re an artiste, star or whatever. It can happen to a man, it can happen to a woman,” she said.
She admitted that she’s experienced her fair share of heartbreak in a recent video.
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