Season 3 of Adepam ended on an exciting note with JK, representing the Central Region, emerging as the winner. However, the female contestants were once again disappointed as this marks the third consecutive year that a male contestant has won the coveted title in the ‘Wonsa Ano Adwuma’ – Adepam fashion competition.
Meet JK Adepam Season 3 Winner
JK was overwhelmed with joy when the graceful host, Sandra Sarfo Ababio, announced him as the winner of the competition. He outshone fellow contestants Maabee, Papa Tailor, Scissors, Hellen, and Lawrencia, solidifying his place in Adepam history.
JK now joins Berima Pa and KBaw as male winners, further reinforcing the male dominance in the competition.
Over the course of the 12-week show, JK consistently showcased his design skills, giving the other 15 contestants a tough challenge. He made a strong impression right from the start with a striking and harmonious silhouette created from Ankara and stretchy white fabric during the Week 1 freestyle task.
JK’s remarkable and skilled designs earned him the title of Best Designer of the Night for four consecutive weeks, from week five to nine. His consistent creativity and talent left judges Seiwaa and Sikapa with an easy decision to declare him the winner, bolstered by the popularity votes from loyal viewers.
As Adepam Season 3 Winner, JK receives a significant prize of GH¢20,000 as startup capital for his fashion business, along with five industrial sewing machines and various gifts from sponsors. Additionally, JK will benefit from a special scholarship courtesy of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) to further his education in fashion.
Scissors secured the first runner-up position, winning GH¢10,000, two industrial sewing machines, and gifts from sponsors. Hellen claimed the second runner-up spot, taking home a prize of GH¢7,000 in cash, as well as hand and industrial sewing machines, and sponsorship packages.
The three other finalists each received cash prizes and other gifts from sponsors. Furthermore, all 16 participants were honored with certificates of participation.