After Yaoundé (Cameroon) in 2013, it’s now the turn of the Togolese capital town to welcome “MISS BEAUTY AFRICA”, the prestigious beauty contest which aims at being, according to organizers, a great party of beauty celebration of women between 18 and 28 years old of Africa.
The event occurs once a year in an African metropolis; about twenty girls aged from 18 to 28 years old coming from African States to compete for Miss Beauty Africa title so desired by all.
Prior to this event, a national selection is organized in every African country in order to find out a candidate representing her country.
The second edition of the competition will take place on the coming Saturday, 11th October in Lomé. The selection of the 20 candidates, high-level talented beauty queens and holders of titles of national beauty having an international standard is thus in progress in diverse African country.
The 20 candidates are going to stay, from 06th to 12th October 2014 in Lomé, Togo, period during which they are going to lay off.
A competition to promote African beauty, fashion and African cultural heritage; Miss Beauty Africa dedicates every year the crowning of a Queen, African Ambassadress of Beauty, Arts and African Fashion.
According to Frédéric TSATSU, the chairman of the Steering committee, it is an annual event during which a queen of African beauty and culture representing one of African countries is crowned “Active Messenger of Peace and Development in Africa and in the world” during a period of one year.
As reminder, Miss Alexandrine Yawa HANTZ was the crowned MISS BEAUTY AFRICA during the previous edition in Cameroon.
Original text by: Blaise AKAME