Four Giant Pageants Come together for Africa; Miss United Africa for Liberation Day!
For a very long time, many have longed for the existence of a Miss Africa event where the excitement of watching beauty contestants with brains from all of the 54 states land in one country and prove themselves for a title. For various reasons this has not been able to become a reality, until this very day 25th May 2012, the grand announcement of the worlds first Miss United Africa.. The same day Kwame Nkrumah formed the Organization of African Unity.
The words Unity and Africa is something that has circulated in the thoughts of many Africans today. So, the founders and organisers of Miss East Africa, Miss Central Africa, Miss West Africa and Miss Southern Africa have united their efforts to bring an all African pageant called Miss United Africa. The concept is simple yet brilliant and brings a closure to the consistent enquiry about the fragmented pageants of Africa. Miss United Africa, through the organisation of the four regions will create a title which will not only boost the regional titles but create something extraordinary and relevant in itself. Asked about the project, founder of Miss East Africa Rena Calist said, “We will ensure the winner of Miss United Africa will serve as a platform for raising issues that are relevant to creation of a healthy society and for the improvement of womens lives in Africa!”.
The organisers have revealed Miss United Africa will be very charitable, fashionable and business focused, and also that the structure and organisation of the show will be one like no other pageant. Miss United Africa will not eradicate the four giant pageants of Africa, but instead be a competition amongst their international queens. Founder of Miss West Africa Nana Tamakloe stated, “I think it’s necessary, I would really love the World to see that our pageants are united, because I have maintained a good relation with all the organisers, so I was thrilled when this idea came up”. Also, Manka Nadine organiser of Miss Central Africa said, “The beauty and cultural diversity of Africa is yet to get to its full exploitation. The more united we stand, the better we will be able to exploit our untapped potential”.
The Miss United Africa committee is open to discussing with any organisation in North Africa regarding collaboration on the Miss North Africa project. Miss United Africa are pleased to also announce that there will be an extra Queen from another organisation, the title of which will be revealed in due course.
The first ever Miss United Africa will take place next year 25th May 2013, the country in which the competition will commence will be disclosed once all the queens have been crowned. For more information and media enquiries, visit the Miss United Africa website at www.missunitedafrica.com
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