The Miss Universe pageant event is scheduled to take place for Eliat, Israel on December 12.
Say go be di 70th anniversary beauty pageant event that showcases the diversity and beauty of women from all over the world.
The Miss Universe pageant is one of the largest and most recognized beauty pageants in the world.
Each year around 90 kontris na im dey participate in competitions which consist of winners of national competitions around the world.
For this year, 80 women from all over the world are competing for the crown. They will compete for the chance to become the next Miss universe.
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Out of the 80 women, some of them come from Africa and represent Kontris like Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa and many odas.
Meet the representatives from Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon and South Africa
Nigeria: Maristella Okpala
Maristella Okpala with 28 years old flight attendant.
She obtained a master’s degree in public health from di Imo State University in Nigeria.
She does not train as an international flight attendant for Emirates Airline.
Marristela says her daddy doesn’t believe a real lady is going to be a beauty queen for the sake of integrity.
“Being the beauty queen na wetin is still not my dream and I can prove that I am wrong”
She says she has a thing for children and that she doesn’t like to see children taking on the streets.
Okpala says she has dedicated her life to advocacy work. say that she does not give ova 1,000 children most of the school,
She also says that she advocates for the pregnant pipo to receive pre and post-natal care,
According to her biography for the Miss Universe website, she is committed to maintaining recycling and waste cleaning for Nigeria through the Africa Clean Up Initiative, and preventing the spread of malaria for Ajegunle.
Cameroon: MichÃ¨le Ange Minkata
MichÃ¨le-Ange Minkata is 25 years old, creative activist and entrepreneur.
She graduated in geography and is currently working in public relations and communications.
MichÃ¨le-Ange works with a Smile Train organization in Cameroon to provide corrective surgery for children born with deformed lips.
She also works with the Roger Milla Foundation and says she raises awareness and fundraising for children who suffer from sickle cell anemia.
Michele says that when she grows up she will face a lot of bullying for being a tomboy and not having me start an academy to empower young girls to realize their potential.
Ghana: Commodore Silvia Naa Morkor
Silvia Naa Morkor Commodore na 27 years old student in business administration
Silvia grew up for Accra in the capital of Ghana and she says growing up for Accra does not make her interested in commerce and business management.
She is also a model, wedding planner and dancer.
Silvia says the don epp dance has overcome challenges throughout her life, including poverty.
Commodore says she hopes to eventually build a dance studio so the epp kids face challenges similar to those she didn’t once face.
South Africa: Lalela Mswane
Lalela Mswane na South African model and wey dem beauty pageant title holder crown Miss South Africa 2021.
Dem was born her on March 27, 1997.
Dem born her for Richards Bay for the province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa.
Her dad, Muntu Mswane, a former diplomat and minister born in Eswatini, passed away in 2010, while her mother Hleliselwe bin works as an accountant and housewife.
She is the youngest of three children.
After graduating from high school for Pro Arte Alphen Park in 2015, Mswane enrolled at the University of Pretoria, she went on to obtain her Bachelor of Laws degree.
Before becoming Miss South Africa, Mswane worked as a professional model.