Ghana’s Most Beautiful: Meet Zeinab Winner Of 2017 Edition


Ghana’s Most Beautiful – Zeinab from the Northern region has emerged as the winner of the 2017 Ghana’s Most Beautiful reality show on TV3.

The 13-week long competition ended with huge, gorgeous smiles on the face of the 23-year-old who stepped out in style to receive her crown.

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Zeinab took over the crown from Yaba from the Western region who won last year’s edition of the pageant and took home Ghc12,000 and a brand new Kia Sportage as her prize package. She will be going to Dubai as well, courtesy Kenya Airways.

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Ghana’s Most Beautiful also went home with a GHS6,000 one-year wardrobe from GTP. Zeinab is the second person to have been crowned the winner of GMB after Nasara in 2009.

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It was a stiff competition between Zeinab, Helena Baaba Botchway (Central Region), Dorcas Asante Afful (Western Region) and Ivy Serwaa Sefa- Boateng (Eastern region), who also put up scintillating performances on Sunday, November 19, 2017.

The show began with 10 elegant ladies from the 10 regions of the country. Helena Baaba Botchway, 26, settled for the First Runner-up. Baaba did her best to wow the audience in successive weeks and got the judges to confess their admiration for her prowess, but missed the crown.

The third place went to Dorcas Asante Afful, 25, with Ivy Serwaa Sefa- Boateng, 23, coming Fourth at the grand finale.

The 13-week journey for the beauty queens finally came to an end on Sunday, November 19, when the lucky beauty took home the crown.

This year’s edition, themed “Straight Outta Ghana” was the 11th season of the pageant. The judges challenged the ladies to educate audiences on some ‘hidden’ facts about the different cultures in the country.

Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2017, Zeinab is a young beautiful and intelligent girl who is from tamale, the northern regional capital of Ghana.