It was a fantastic journey as Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant and a 1st Runner-up for this year’s GMB21 Dr.Setor handles her thanksgiving tour.


Dr. Setor represented the Volta region of the Republic of Ghana in this year’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful show which was hosted by TV3. On the final day, Dr.Setor was crowned as the first runner-up.

As intelligent Doctor Who has so many schedules to attend to makes a time to thank Ghanaians and her fans across the globe for the massive support she received from them.

Immediately after the show, Dr.Setor visited the Ethiopia Embassy to thank the Ethiopians through the Ethiopia Ambassador to Ghana for the greatest support they have shown her throughout the show.

Doctor Setor took her thanksgiving tour to the Volta Region of the Republic of Ghana to say “thank you Volta region”. This tour lasts for 4 good days with different activities.

Day 1, Dr. Setor with her team visited some schools in the region. She visited OLA GIRLS, WALLAS SHS, MAWUKO GIRLS AND MAWULI SCHOOL to thank them for their fascinated support and encouraged them to be of Good character and study hard to achieve their goals.

Day 2 of the tour was for the 25th Anniversary of Volta Star Radio, Dr.Setor was given the opportunity to grace the event. She did some donations to some school kid as well.

In order for her Thanksgiving to reach the mass, Dr.Setor granted some couple of radio interviews on the volta region’s top Stations . Dr. Setor visited CUUL FM, West FM, and Swiss FM for an excited interview.

Day 3 of her tour to the Volta region got excited as she attended this year’s Volta Fair, where she officially thanked the people of the Volta Region and dignitaries for supporting her dream.


Dr.Setor participated and examined the Indian-Ghana Tourism and business meeting which was held in Volta region.

Day 4, Dr. Setor and her team did a Market Tour, to thank the market women for their support and prayers during the show and also visited Global Fm for the last interview before she moved to Accra.

Below are photographs from Dr. Setor’s volta region tour.