Charity Njeri Nduta who represented Kenya at the Miss Africa International beauty queen pageant held at the Oriental Hotel in Lagos on the 30th March 2018 is the newest miss Tourism Africa.
Charity was among fourteen contestants who made it to the finals of the beauty pageant out of the Fifty four African states that took part in the pageant.
Ethiopia’s Misker Kassahun was crowned miss Africa beauty queen taking home a brand new Kia Sportage sport SUV vehicle, a fully furnished apartment In Nigeria and a cash prize of $5,000.
The first runner up miss Mali won $3,000 and the second runner up who was Miss Ghana $2,000.
The pageant was organized by Roses and Rubies international headed by Precious Jefferson Ogarekpe a former Nigerian beauty Queen and peace advocate who is passionate about promoting peace and unity among African nations and the world.
The Eastlands born and raised beauty queen raised the country’s mantle high bringing home the tourism crown.