/**/ GMB 2021 Final: Setor and Manu emerge 1st and 2nd runner up, respectively. GMB 2021 Final: Setor and Manu emerge 1st and 2nd runner up, respectively.

GMB 2021 Final: Setor and Manu emerge 1st and 2nd runner up, respectively.


Ghana’s Most Beautiful crown is heading back to the Ashanti Region, the region of royalty, after its representative in this year’s edition, Sarfoa, was crowned the winner on Sunday.

Born Benedicta Asamoah, Sarfoa beat competition from five others to win the GH¢10,000 cash, the braand new 4X4 car from MG Auto Ghana Limited, and the crown.

The 24-year-old research assistant is sending the pride back to the Ashanti Region exactly 10 years after Sally Akua Amoakowah Mensah won it.

Volta Region’s Setor came second while Western Region’s Manu was third.The fourth was Upper East Region’s Wedaga with Oti Region’s Akosua and Bono Region’s Mfodwo coming fifth and sixth respectively.

It was a night of keen competition at the National Theatre, the venue of attraction, as the six finalists slugged it out with breathtaking performances in the first round.

Manu, representing the West, from Asankragwa to be precise, started it all with her performance that aroused security awareness.

On her heels with her performance was Wedaga, who championed reproductive health education, calling for the subject to be discussed openly.

Then, came the real-life medical officer, Setor, whose performance on denounced mental health stigmatization, a move that was entrenched by an unprecedented performance by past contestants of the beauty reality show – GMB United.

Then, came Bono Region’s Mfodwo, whose advocacy for orphans touched several viewers including guest-cum-long-time judge Linda Ampah.

The inevitable champ, Sarfoa, was the last entertainer in the first round as she embraced a plan – Agenda BRRVF – to request an appropriate recovery of the nation's detainees.

Every one of the first round exhibitions was framed around the separate ventures to be sought after by the finalists. 

The second round had the women come two by two to address set inquiries presented by the two MCs – Cookie Tee and Anita Akuffo. 

It just so happens, Sarfoa and Setor showed up first, Wedaga and Mfodwo came straightaway and Manu and Akosua followed. 

While Setor responded to an inquiry on the government's Agenda 111, Sarfoa's insight was singled out the impacts of the Ghana Education Service's boycott of whipping distributed to understudies. 

While Mfodwo additionally gave her contemplations on ladies strengthening, her stage accomplice Wedaga shared hers on marriage. 

Manu responded to an inquiry on farming while Akosua's opinion was singled out the boosting of the travel industry in the Covid period. 

Be that as it may, toward the night's end, the crown needed to go to one individual, as compactly expressed by last year's victor Naa Dedei Botchwey. 

Furthermore, to the Ashanti Region, it went. Alright for Sarfoa! 

Aside from the vehicle, money, and crown, she will leave on an all-cost paid outing to Dubai and be a recipient of a one-year supply of GTP texture. 

Setor heads back home with GH¢8,000 for coming next while Manu gets GH¢5,000 for coming third. 

Wedaga gets GH¢3,000 while Akosua and Mfodwo get GH¢2,000 and GH¢1,000 separately.

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