Mr World Ghana arrives in England for world competition
The 24 year old graduate of the Central University who beat ten other contestants to become Mr World Ghana has finally arrived at Southport, England, where the 2016 edition of Mr. World will be held.
In June, Selorm Tay became the most desirable young man in Ghana after he and ten others went through some activities like interviews, a fitness challenge, an assault course, a talent show, swimming, photo shoots, social intervention projects, and multimedia and football challenges.
Winning the local contest means that he represents Ghana at the world stage.
Selorm and the other contestants have all arrived in Southport, England take part in the Mr World competition. Selorm will be hoping to surpass competition at this stage too.
The contestants will battle it out over five heats including an extreme and sports challenge, style and fashion, as well as talent round.
Jeffrey Owuraku Sarpong
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