Ghana’s number one television channel, Adom TV will, on Sunday, September 29, 2019, bring its maiden sewing reality show, Wo Nsa No Adwuma to the end.
The show, which started on June 17 this year, has succeeded in making stars out of seamstresses and tailors who were hitherto unknown.
The competition, which started with 12 contestants – Dorcas Tane, Bernice Amu, Mark Arthur, Sally Dede Armah, Mabel Agyeman, Cynthia Asemaku, Rita Offei, Grace Sarkodie, Elikem Godwin Klagbo, Sarah Sackey, Chris Anokye Amankwa and Ishmael Armatiefio has whittled down the numbers to four.
Below, adomonline.com, which has been following the show week-in-week-out, has gone down memory lane to take readers through every happening since the show started.
Week 1: Contestants were tasked to sew corporate event attire. There were no eviction and no declaration of the best designer for the week.
Week 2: Contestants were tasked to design a Traditional wedding outfit. There were no evictions for the week. Contestant Elikem Godwin Klagbo was adjudged best designer for the week.
Week 3: Contestants were tasked to design outfits for a national durbar. Week three witnessed the first-ever eviction with Sarah Sackey being the unfortunate victim. The best designer for the week went to contestant Mark Arthur.
Week 4: Contestants were assigned to celebrities and tasked to design outfits to fit their styles or persons. The week witnessed the show’s second eviction and this time, it was designer, Cynthia Asemaku, who fell on the wrong side of the dagger. The best designer for the week went to contestant Rita Offei.
Week 5: Contestants were tasked to sew couture (design and manufacture of fashionable clothes to a client’s specific requirements and measurements). The week witnessed the third eviction with Ishmael Armatiefio going out of the competition. Dorcas Tane was adjudged the week’s best designer.
Week 6: Contestants were tasked to design urban carnival street attires. Week six witnessed the show’s fourth eviction where the previous week’s best designer Dorcas Tane was evicted as Rita Offei was declared best designer for the week.
Week 7: Contestants were tasked to refurbish wedding dresses with GTP fabrics. The week witnessed its first odd moment where Chris Anokye Amankwa was adjudged the best designer for the week was at the same time, evicted.
Week 8: Contestants were tasked to produce a dress for a farmer for a farmer’s day event, eviction free Chris Amankwa was called back into the competition, best designer Elikem Klagbo.
Week 9: Contestants were tasked to produce a futuristic attire. The sixth eviction of the show happened with Sally Dede Armah going home as Bernice Amu was declared the best designer for the week.
Week 10: Contestant were tasked to sew beach wears for plus size models. The seventh eviction took place with designer Mark Arthur exiting the show even though he was declared the best designer of the week.
Week 11: Contestants were tasked to produce children collection. It was the week for the eighth eviction as Rita Offei was evicted and contestant Grace Sarkodie was adjudged best designer for the week.
Week 12: Contestants were tasked to design surprise birthday attires for chosen public figures who are 60 years and beyond. The week witnessed no evictions but designer Grace Sarkodie was declared the best for the week.
Week 13: The show was taken to the Rawlings Park where there was a fashion runway show. There were neither an eviction nor a best designer.
The competition has entered the 14th week with the final four contestants battling it out for the ultimate prize.
The Grand finale of the show is slated for Sunday 29th September 2019 at the Mikado Conference Centre.
The winner of the show will go home with 5,000 Ghana cedis, a container shop, five industrial machines, a tablet and souvenirs from sponsors.
The 1st runner up will go home with three industrial sewing machines, 3,000 Ghana cedis, a tablet and souvenirs from sponsors.
The 2nd runner up will take home one industrial sewing machine, 1,500 Ghana Cedis, a tablet and souvenirs.
The 3rd runner up gets 1,500 Ghana Cedis, a tablet and souvenirs.
All eight evicteeS will also get a 1000 Ghana cedis each. –