While some perceive beauty to mean the outpouring of outlook appearance, the modern definition that resonates with society today has to do with intelligence, well-groamed, opinionated, culture savvy amongst others. Volta Region’s representative for this year’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful makes such a compelling case for these traits. Enjoy!
Setor Abra Norgbey comes from Ziavi-Dzogbe, a town in the Ho Municipal of Volta Region. The proud Tuesday born who is by no means shy of her root has always shown the desire to blend intellect with beauty and culture. Her dream to be part of a bigger project that truly defines her personality has always been on the cards.
When she left OLA Girls Senior High School in Ho, after studying General Science, a new dawn opened for her to further her education abroad. Due to her deep interest in seeing people at their best, coupled with her passion for health and wellness, she grabbed the opportunity and went on to study medicine at the Universidad De Cencias Mèdicas in Havana, Cuba and graduated as a Medical Doctor in 2020.
Setor who opened up to rymcitigh.com revealed that it has always been her unflinching will to facilitate and contribute wholeheartedly her quota to helping others rise to the best versions of themselves through her contributions to the medical sector.
Another thing that worries her is the little attention that is paid to mental health in Ghana. She has therefore decided to become an advocate to create the much needed awareness and offer support to anyone with a mental health challenge. This, she believes, has somehow paid off after completing medical school.
The fun-loving person, Dr. Setor Abra Norgbey, in her leisure time chooses to enjoy the quietness and plunge deep into the world of books; reading and writing. At other times, she enjoys watching movies or listening to music. She hopes to win the crown to make the Volta Region proud.
The bubbly and eloquent Volta Regional representative also took her time to explain why she is called “ Abra” and not “Abla”. According to her, where she comes from in the Central Volta Region, Ziavi-Dzogbe to be precise, female Tuesday borns are called ABRA unlike those from the Southern part. She was quick to add that the region in its state also exhibits the beauty in cultural diversity. She is all set out to preach about love and togetherness.
Setor finally called on Ghanaians, people of Volta, Old and New Students of OLA, Old and New Students of UPS, Doctors and Medical Students ,Mental Health Advocates to support her bid as she attempts to bring the crown home.
As always, the team at Rymciti Ghana support women empowerment and all the benefits that it brings. We can only wish you well, Doc. Go and make us all proud.