Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.

Nelson Mandela

Our History

2019 will mark the 9th edition of Miss Africa Great Britain. The 1st edition took place on the 10th of October 2011 at the Royal Regency Hall in London. 8 years of the competition has produced hundreds of confident, more assertive and goal driven women. 
Today, Miss Africa GB has grown to be the largest ethnic pageant in the UK, winning numerous awards along the way.
For the 1st time and to accomodate our growth, Miss Africa GB 2019 will now have regional heats and queens that will compete in the Grand Finale in October.

RUVIMBO CHINZOU QUEEN 2011/2012 (Zimbabwe)

Ruvimbo Chinzou was the 1st Miss Africa GB, winning in 2011. She supported the Mother of Peace orphanage in Zimbabwe which she visited in 2012. 
She later launched her own charity , INFLAME THE DREAM which supports street children in Zimbabwe.
She is also a motivational speaker, life coach and the co host of Miss Africa GB since 2013.
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SAMAIA TCHAPESSEKA QUEEN 2012/2013 (Angola)

Samaia Tchapesseka supported the SOS Childrens villages in the towns of Benguela and Lubango in Angola. She met the children and families of the Children's villages which were five hours apart. 

SOS Children provides shelter, clothing, education, healthcare and support for thousands of children every year.

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SONIA IKE QUEEN 2013/2014 (Nigeria)

Miss Africa GB Queens4Africa Library project was completed on the 24th of March 2014 with the keys to the Childrens Library handed over to the headmistress, Mrs Mary Nwachukwu by Miss Africa GB 2013, Sonia Ike in the presence of the Chairman of Ideato South Local Government, Engineer Duru I. Johnson. The library project was carried out at Central School 7, Okohia in Imo State, Nigeria. The 3 week project involved refurbishing a disused library and stocking it with books sourced from the UK. 

BEFORE

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AFTER

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JACQUELINE ILUMOKA QUEEN 2014/2015 (Nigeria)

Jacqueline was crowned in 2014 as the 4th Miss Africa Great Britain. She is the founder of the charity I Am Able Nigeria which donates wheelchairs to disabled people unable to afford them. She is also a model and business woman.
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SUSANNA OWONO QUEEN 2015/2016 (Equatorial Guinea)

Miss Africa GB 2015/16 Susana Owono visited the CANIGE School, Malabo Equatorial Guinea as part of her charity mission to her home country. Susana donated Stationery and learning aids procured in the United Kingdom. 
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SARAH JEGEDE QUEEN 2016/2017 (Nigeria)

Miss Africa GB 2016/17 Sarah Jegede was in Nigeria in May 2017 on her charity mission. She visited the student's of St Mary's Catholic Elementary School wher she donated stationery and schoolbags to 200 children.
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LARISSA TCHEUKAM QUEEN 2016/2017 (Cameroon)

Miss Africa GB 2017/18 Larissa Tcheukam travelled to Cameroon on her Queens 4 A Reason charity mission. She visited the children of Ecole Publique de Baboutcheu , Ngaleu in Cameroon where she donated stationery to the students of the school. 
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Our main goal is to is to use the allure of beauty Queens and models as tools to advocate for the needy and campaign or fund-raise for the less privileged.  Our model is not just to raise funds for causes, but also to supervise and execute these projects. This ensures that funds are used for the sole purpose they were raised for.

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Our Address

Kemp House, 160 City Road, London, London, United Kingdom, EC1V 2NX

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Saturday            11am - 5pm 
 
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