The maiden edition of the Future of Africa model competition has ended yesterday after the models from Rwanda and Angola won the grand finale.
The winning duo, Ken Nziza from Rwanda and Ann Campos from Angola were crowned last night at the Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos.
The competition kickstarted with scouting and auditions in eight (8) African countries: Ghana, Nigeria, Angola, Rwanda, Senegal, Kenya, Cameroon, and Burundi. The contestants went through to become the 20 finalists for January 30th, with ten (10) male models and ten (10) female models making up the 20 finalists.
Models arrived at the hotel a week prior to the grand finale where they had a boot camp on January 24 and a series of chores. According to the Ghanaian contestant, Winifred Esi Sam, their stay was “very great”. She said, “there was so much pampering”.
Beth Models has been responsible for scouting and creating international careers for Nigerian models, specifically Mayowa Nicolas. This was via placements and sending them to agencies abroad. This could be very likely executed for the current winners as this title unveils a new chapter to their lives.
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