Mr. World Ghana 2016, Selorm Kwame Tay arrived in Southport England on Sunday ahead of the 2016 Mr. World main event scheduled to take place on July 19.
The final event will be staged at the Southport Theatre and Convention Centre amidst entertaining activities.
24-year-old graduate of Central University who left Ghana Saturday evening is hopeful to represent his country the best he can.
He joined other competitors from more than 40 countries have already arrived in Southport to take part in the Mr. World competition.
Current Mr England Chris Bramell, from Liverpool, said the event was not just about being “eye candy,” according to the BBC.
Contestants will battle it out over five heats including an extreme and sports challenge, style and fashion, as well as talent round.
Selorm is optimistic to make his country proud, appreciating Mahogany Lodge Ghana, Tanink Ghana, organisers Exclusive Events and his family for their support.