2017 Ghana’s Most Beautiful contestants named.

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The die has been cast on Friday, August 4, 2017 for the 11th Edition of the country’s most sought after reality show, Ghana’s Most Beautiful, with the selection of 10 most elegant and cultured ladies of our time, primed to thrill Ghanaians.

As usual, the ‘lucky 10’ were selected mostly from 23 shortlisted ladies to represent the 10 regions of Ghana at TV3’s Executive Theatre.

Judge Linda Ampah was clearly taken by surprise with the preparedness of all 23 contestants during the audition making the work of the judges more difficult than expected.

Unfortunately, GMB can house only 10 who are also fit medically to weather the three-month pressure in the house.

Tsekumah Christine Edem is 24 years and she represents the Volta Region. she says, her ambition is to be an outstanding role model to the young one’s in society.

Helena- Annabella Asare-Bediako  is 25 years of age and she represents the Ashanti Region. She says her ambition in life is to inspire people to believe in themselves. ‘I’ll bring  my A-game’ on, she added.

Shaguffa Pelpuo Adams is 26 years of age and represents the Upper West Region. Her ambition is to be a productive  woman to society and the world at large.

Ivy Nhanna Serwaa Sefa- Boateng is 23 years of age and represents the Eastern Region. To make a difference and hopefully win GMB season 11 to make the Eastern region proud is her ambition.

Juliet Mensah  is 23 years of age and represents the Brong Ahafo Region. Her ambition is to empower women with advanced skills to be useful to the society and Ghana as a whole.

Helena Baaba Botchway  is 26 years of age and represents the Central Region. Her ambition in life is to bring about change in the lives of the less privileged in the society especially health related change. She  loves to talk as well as give listening ears to vulnerable people in the society and will therefore use the GMB platform to create awareness on issues on mental health to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness and the incidence of suicide.

Dorcas Asante Afful is 25 years of age and she represents the  Western Region.  Her ambition is to become a philanthropist.

Henrietta Naa Ayeley Mensah is 23 years of age and represents the Greater Accra. Her ambition is to have a positive impact on society and help the less privileged in society especially the brilliant but needy.

Akongzirigo Azitariga Atinganma Talata Helen represents the Upper East Region and is 23 years of age. Her ambition is to enter law school and do pro bono cases for abused women and children. She loves photography, children, nature and Africa. She is an ‘information junkie’ and loves to read anything. She will love to use the GMB platform to empower women and to help them become self-dependent.

Zeinab Abdul Mumin represents the Northern Region. She is 23 years of age and her ambition is to unite Ghana under one umbrella to promote the beautiful culture with peace and prosperity in order to achieve  developmental goals.

By Ayerkie Narnor | 3news.com|Ghana

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