Ekua gets a brand new car, a cash prize of 10,000 cedis, a round trip to Dubai courtesy Camel Antiseptic’s ‘Buy and Fly and a year supply of GTP fabric among other souvenirs from sponsors.
Volta region’s Enam, born Anita Mawuena Bossoh, who gave Ekua a good run, came second, walking away with a cash prize of 8,000 cedis, a round trip to Dubai and six-months supply of GTP fabric.
Serwaa from the Ashanti Region, who was evicted but got a second chance to prove her mettle, eventually took third place. She receives a cash prize of 6,000 cedis, a trip to Dubai and a three-month supply of GTP fabric.
Western North representative, Saah, placed fourth and walks home with 4,000 cedis cash and a month supply of GTP fabric.
The fifth spot went to Ayisha who represented the Upper East Region in the competition. She also won the Best Model [golden shoe award] for the night. Ayisha receives a cash prize of 2,000 cedis and a month supply of GTP fabric.
The final night saw great performances from the legendary Ga band, Wulomei, and ‘zanku’ hitmakers Dope Nation as well as Adina.
The event was attended by some past queens and contestants of the Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant.
Moreover, the 2019 Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant was on the theme: ‘Black and Proud’ and for the first time, had 16 contestants from all the regions who throughout the competition, projected their respective cultures to the world.
However, information reaching www.ichrisgh.com, suggests that a large section of the public are pretty stirred up now. This was attributed to the alleged conflicting chart of the final results, which suggested Enam was the actual winner.
Kindly compare the results below to the chart shown in the top section of this article: