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Neo
1st October 2011, 11:43 PM
After the remarkable presentation of the marketing task by all 12 contestants of the exciting season three of ‘The Challenge’, many of the followers and viewers of the most prized reality game show on television wondered who would be evicted.

It was a moment of tension coupled with fear and anxiety for the 12 contestants as members of the panel took time to pitch them against each other to identify the weakest links amongst them. After an hour of questioning, 11contestants were nominated for eviction.

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Ama Serwaa

Benjamin Enyan, who was nominated to present the ‘No Limit’ concept for his team Ad Ears, was the only contestant saved by The Board from eviction. He was saved by his presentation which focused on brand internalization as well as growth.

Members of the board, Dr Kwesi Appiah (Executive Director of Civic Foundation), Esther Cobbah (Chief Executive Officer of Stratcomm Africa ) and Abena Amoah (an accomplished investment banker and former CEO of New World Renaissance Securities) had to rely on the public voting to decide who got evicted.

It was a sad night for Ama Serwaa Bentsi-Enchill, a 27-year-old lady and a customer service personal as she was the first person to be evicted, thus losing out on the opportunity to pursue a post graduate degree in one of the finest universities in the UK.

Ama loves travelling and sporting activities and describes herself as an extrovert who likes doing new things. Her favourite food is konkonte and palm-nut soup. She aspires to be a consultant in the area of businesses planning.

Though disappointed, she was hopeful of a bright future. She was full of praises for the organizers and appreciated the experience she had acquired.