Abeiku Santana and Actress Kezia Ashong to host Ghana’s Most Beautiful season 7

The 7th edition of one of the celebrated beauty contests inspired by culture and tradition, Ghana’s Most Beautiful, will be launched in Kumasi today August 25.

It will be on the theme: “Redefining Beauty to Promote National Unity”.

Adding splendour and colour to the launch will be the presence of Queenmothers from the Kumasi metropolis and adjoining communities.

According to organisers of the reality show, what makes this year’s contest a must-watch event is the huge traditional blend and its new hosts — Dr Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey, aka Abeiku Santana of Okay FM, and Kezia Ashong, an actress, who have promised to spice up the programme with some magnificent traditional flavour.

Speaking to The Mirror, Abeiku Santana said Ghanaians were yet to see his knowledge on the different traditions and cultures of Ghana.

“Ghanaians must not only know their traditions but they must also have a clear understanding of the origins of their cultures and traditions. With each contestant representing a region, the contest will promote oneness and national unity,” he said.

Miss Ashong, with her charming voice and attractive personality, reiterated her commitment to thrill viewers and help the contestants exhibit their knowledge of the cultures and traditions of Ghana through their beauty.

Ghana’s Most Beautiful is an annual beauty contest organised by TV3 to promote and showcase the traditions and cultural diversity of the people of Ghana through brilliant, smart and beautiful ladies who are well vexed with Ghanaian traditions and cultures from the 10 regions of Ghana.
The 10 beautiful ladies will entertain viewers for13 weeks.

The producer of the show, Mr Gabriel Bosompim, said that the winner would receive a car, a crown, an undisclosed cash prize and products from the sponsors.

He said the first, second and third runners-up would also take home cash prizes and products from the sponsors.

Abeiku Santana

Source: The Mirror

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