The young and sublime Togolese Alexandrine Hantz, Miss Beauty Africa 2013, has put its crown in play with the launch Wednesday in Lomé of the second edition of this regional beauty contest under the theme:“Beauty of Africa, Factor of peace and development “ .
A total of 20 high-level beauty queens from 20 countries ranging in age from 18 to 28 will have to compete on 11 October in Lomé.
It is expected that candidates from Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Côte d’Ivoire, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Equatorial Guinea, Mali, Niger, Chad, Zambia, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, Mauritius and Togo.
It is Grace Eunice Adjovi Atsu who will be the torch bearer of Togo this year.
According to the promoters, the Miss Beauty Africa contest is the coronation evening of an ambassador of the African Beauty who works for a year for the triumph of Peace and Development in Africa.
“It is also and above all a framework for exposing the diverse African cultures and demonstrating that Africa is an oasis of peace, tourism and investment,” said Frédérick Tsatsu, National Director and Chairman of the Organizing Committee of Miss Beauty Lomé 2014.
Taking stock of the retainer’s mandate, Ms Tsatsu said: “Ms. Hantz has represented her country and Africa in a number of international fashion, beauty, awareness-raising events on her theme of peace and development In Africa “ .