TV3’s flagship and edutainment programme, Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB) is in full swing this year despite the terrible effect of Coronavirus.
The regional representatives of the annual show has been extended to 16 following the creation of 16-new regions by the government of Ghana. GMB is largely grounded on a beauty pageant that educates Ghanaians and the global community about the various cultural values and heritage in the 16 regions of Ghana.
The ladies set to make their regions proud are, Talata (Upper East Region), Maali (Upper West Region), Yennube (North-East Region), Abiba (Savannah Region), and Zuzu (Northern Region).
The others are: Asaa (Bono East Region), Afia (Bono Region), Abena (Ahafo Region), Achiaa (Ashanti Region), Ofosua (Eastern Region), Adjoa (Western North Region), Efua (Western Region), and Afriyie (Central Region). The rest are: Naa (Greater Accra Region), Kafui (Volta Region), and Ayanji (Oti Region).
The programme will last for 13 weeks during which the participants will inform and educate viewers on their cultural heritage pertaining to their tribe and region. Organisers have chosen the theme: “Uniquely Ghanaian, Exceptionally African’ and a search for a lady who is bold, intelligent, beautiful, charismatic, and understands the essence of being a Ghanaian woman and an African at large” for this year’s edition.
TV3 has promised to adhere to Covid-19 protocol to ensure the safety of everyone.