Three 'aspiring MPs' voted out of GMB10


The dream of three ladies getting the auspicious moment to wear the covetous crown of Ghana’s Most Beautiful ended Sunday night when they were evicted from the Season 10 of the television reality show.

After seven weeks of unforgettable experiences and performances, the three – Deme (Upper West), Alaya(Upper East) and Ama (Brong Ahafo)- were axed in the first eviction of this year’s show which is dubbed the Legacy Edition.

Though they proved themselves worthy of the crown, they were unable to secure enough public votes as well as convince the three judges that they deserve to win.

Sunday’s performance saw the ladies demonstrate their political side as they were tasked to represent a constituency in their respective regions and campaign to be voted as members of parliament.

As expected, each of the 10 contestants mounted a campaign platform to sell their ideas and justify why they are the preferred choice represent their people in Ghana’s Parliament. And yes, the campaign promises came in loads!

All 10 contestants proved they could actually do the work of politicians if given the opportunity to mount political platforms. They gave a good account of themselves.

Notwithstanding, the judges and viewers had the last say on who should leave the reality house.

Naa from Greater Accra was adjudged the most disciplined contestant for the week while Hiba from the Northern Region got the most eloquent contestant with Eastern Regional’s Akos picking the star performance for the night

Check out the party and constituency each of them represented and what they made their campaign issues

Western Region’s YABA, under the ticket of APP, represented the Jomoro constituency. Her focus was on unemployment, how she would revitalise the tourism industry, maximum security at the various borders and illegal migration. She also promised ‘one-person, one- GHC1,000 in the constituency if voted into power.



EFUA who represents the Central Region, stood on the ticket of NRP in the Upper Denkyira constituency. Her campaign focused on education, illegal mining and the need for peace.



Representing the Volta Region, KAFUI who campaigned on the ticket of NCP  in Ho South Constituency, chose education of the youth, cholera, bad roads, and construction of more communication mast within the area.



Contesting the Bole Bamboi Constituency on the ticket of NDP, Northern Regional’s HIBA told the electorates she would produce vegetable oil from shea butter which is in abundance in the area and  promised to address the challenged of farmers in the constituency.



From the Greater Accra, NAA represented the Kpone Akatamanso Constituency promised to make school feeding program, cholera, malaria and the fishing industry a priority should she get elected. She also preached against violence.


Contesting on the ticket of AIP in the Techieman Constituency, AMA from the Brong Ahafo Region campaigned on education, health, sanitation and underscored the need for peace ahead of the 2016 elections.


Upper East’s ALAYA contested on the ticket of IPC in the Bongo Constituency. She spoke about creating more dams to boost agriculture and promised to encourage peanut farming to shape the unemployment situation in the constituency. She advised all to ensure that peace prevails during the elections.



For TNP, AKOS from the Eastern Region contested the Upper West Akyem seat promising quality education, laptops and learning materials for school children and mechanised way of processing gari. She also assured the electorates she would ensure good sanitation practices among others if voted.



DEME,  Upper West representative settled for the NPC in the Nadowli/Kaleo Constituency and promised to make education, incentive packages for teachers, women empowerment and adequate health facilities her priority should she win .



BADU from Ashanti Region promised to quality education, improved agriculture and trade. She spoke about improving the roads within her constituency, and asked electorates not to fall for gifts that may influence them to make decisions they may regret later.



Nana Afrane Asante||Ghana


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