CEO Augustus Dickson presenting the contract to BACI.
CEO Augustus Dickson presenting the contract to BACI.

Days after the grand finale of the ?Ghana?s Most Beautiful? pageant at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) last Sunday, TV3 has presented the four finalists with their prizes.

CEO Augustus Dickson presenting the contract to BACI.
CEO Augustus Dickson presenting the contract to BACI.

Abigail Baciara Bentie,? aka Baci, the winner of the competition, received GH?10, 000, a brand new Hyundai Accent Saloon car, wardrobe worth GH?6,000, supply of fabric from GTP, make-up products from Zaron Cosmetics and grooming services from 2nd Image, each lasting one year.

Solace Ekpedzor Ewoenam, aka Ewoe, was first runner-up and received a cash prize of GH?7,000, supply of fabric from GTP and supply of make-up products from Zaron Cosmetics over the next six months.

Nana Ama Odame Okyere, aka Ama, was second runner-up and received an amount of GH?6,000, fabric from GTP and supply of make-up products from Zaron Cosmetics for three months.

Carla Bongkoyire Cornelius, aka Lamine, was the fourth finalist and received GH?5,000, a month?s supply of fabric from GTP and make-up products from Zaron Cosmetics.

Other sponsors, ORS and Opanka, presented hampers to each contestant.

During the durbar, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) signed the four contestants on to their year project in their respective regions.

Field projects of the four contestants centred on environmental protection, improvement of girl-child education and promotion of locally produced rice.

The Head of Brands atTV3, Felix Dontoh, was happy the station has fulfilled its promises to the contestants in record time.

He explained that all contestants in the Ghana?s Most Beautiful (GMB) pageant are made to sign on to three types of contracts or agreements which protect their common interests.

Mr Felix Dontoh mentioned the contracts as a qualification to be a contestant, entry into the Beauty Home/House and qualification into the finals.

The CEO of TV3 Network, Augustus Dickson, said TV3 lives by its niche to be the ?first and best in news coverage.?

He added that GMB, whose catch phrase is ?Redefining Beauty to Promote National Development?, is a realty show set to introduce the youth to important Ghanaian traditional values and practices as well as offer them a platform to unearth their talents and rebrand themselves for the future.

By Solomon Ofori

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