Ghana’s Most Beautiful contest has been so much fun and exciting. The results of the 13 weeks of an exhibition of talents and skills have been impactful to the country.
The show served as a platform to showcase the culture and traits picked up from their various homes.
In an interview, Teiya’s mum expressed her sincere joy about the success of her daughter and she explained how their daughter decided to pursue the contest instead of furthering her education.
“We wanted Teiya to concentrate on her education. But we saw her strong interest in beauty pageantry. So we gave her the blessing and encouragement. And she has done it”.
Is it not a joy to see a mother and daughter excited about the passion of the Teiya?
Is this not a lesson to persons who prefer to divert the passion of young ones from the entertainment industry? In whatever industry, the young ones prefer, they need motivation, training and support.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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