Media General TV3’s annual Ghana Most Beautiful make waves on our screens once again in a diverse dimension as it sees an increase of contestants to 16 queens. One of the most patronized beauty pageants launched this year’s edition with high anticipation from the ladies with the theme for the event ‘Black ‘N’ Proud’.
The pageant showcases intellectual beauty with a touch of the rich Ghanaian culture and heritage. In essence, the central idea of the contest described by many is an attempt to portray Ghana’s culture and virtues. This, however, has not changed though the role of women in our society is evolving with progressively overshadowing influence of western culture. Therefore, the need for such a platform to showcase the developing and inspiring roles of women today.
Speaking at the durbar on Sunday August 11, Chief Executive Officer of Media General, Beatrice Agyemang Abbey in 2019’s edition launch emphasized, “TV3 and Ghana’s Most Beautiful this year promises to bring the better package, as well as a lot of entertainment and creative content for viewers of TV3”.
“This year, with our tagline ‘Black and Proud’, we seek to promote the intrinsic beauty in our Africanness, she added.
Creation of New Regions
The reality show initiated in 2007 has seen many winners from the ten regions of Ghana. As it gets a new turn into 16 contestants for the first time, in a refined contest with the central idea of the initiative, been the regional and tertiary institution battle of supremacy. This dates back to the crowning of Yaba as the first knust student to had won the contest from the Western Region; Yaba a Nzema from Jomoro district edged pass Northern’s Hiba, Eastern’s Akos, Greater Accra’s Naa and Ashanti’s Badu to emerge winner of the 2016 edition.
With the introduction of new region, western north, one of the six new regions of Ghana created under the Nana Addo Government. Western north has nine districts with its capital base at Wiawso, endowed with green hills and fertile soils with gold mine companies located in the region.
Can KNUST and the Western North region wear the crown in this year’s edition?
KNUST presents Ama Asantewaa Asamoah with the stage name ‘SAAH’. Saah is nineteen years of age, who is a student of knust studying business administration (marketing and international business). Representing the Western North region in this year’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful Pageant.
Saah firmly believes in progressive and sustainable development in individual and group, through which she knows there is the need to identify and stand for.
Representing the Western North Region in this year’s Ghana Most Beautiful, (GMB) is Ama Asantewaa Asamoah ‘Saah’.
The show will air live on TV3 every Sunday at 8:00pm and will also be live across all social media platforms over the next 13 weeks
Source:Hypercitigh.com/ Prince Y. Opoku