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Central Region’s Ambassador Ekua Wins Ghana Most Beautiful 2019

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One of Ghana’s premier pagents Ghana Most Beautiful has ended with a bliss as Central Region’s ambassador Ekua was crowned the ultimate Queen of the night and this year’s edition.
The five finalists for night were Serwaa from the Ashanti region, Saah representative of the newly created Western North, Ayisha from the Upper East region, Enam from the Volta region and the Queen of the night, Ekua from the Central region.

It was a night of cultural superiority and heritage as the maidens showcased their culture to the audience.

However, there has been am impending backlash as to why Enam from the Volta region was not crowned the ultimate Queen despite being the favorite of many.

In this year’s edition, the winner Ekua drives home a brand new official car and the most enviable laurel, Ghana’s sole cultural and tourism ambassador, a cash price of Gh¢ 10,000 , a year supply of Ghana’s popular textile GTP and all paid trip to Dubai.

Enam was second and she is entitled to GH¢ 8,000 , six months supply of GTP and a trip to Dubai.

Serwaa from the Ashanti region came third and received a cash price of GH¢6000, six months supply of GTP and a trip to Dubai.

Saah from the Western North came fourth. She received GH¢4000, a month supply of GTP products.

Aisha from the Upper East region came last among the five finalists, she received GH¢2000 and other prices. She was won the Golden Shoe award ( Best Model 2019 ).

This year’s edition is the 13th and the outfit promises nothing but a quality showcasing of Ghanaian culture and history.

Below is a list of the past winners of GMB since its inception.

2007 – Ama ( Central region)

2008 – Adoley ( Greater Accra region)

2009 – Nasara (Northern region)

2010 – Nana Ama (Eastern Region)

2011 – Akua ( Ashanti region)

2012 – Emefa ( Volta Region)

2013 – Poka (Upper East region)

2014 – Baciara ( Upper West region)

2015 – Esi (Western region)

2016 – Yaaba (Western region)

2017 – Zainab ( Northern region)

2018 – Abena (Eastern Region)

2019 – Ekua ( Central region)

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