28 year old Eritrean model, Aida Mebrahtu has been crowned Miss Africa Great Britain 2022. The event took place on Saturday, the 4th of November 2022 at the Royal Regency Hall in London.

She was crowned by her predecessor, Alima Ndiaye from Senegal.
Aida, who is a first year undergraduate student at Arden University, is an accomplished model and has graced the runway on popular fashion circuits around the UK.

She will now assume the role of the Ambassador for Miss Africa's Queens for A Reason Charity program. She plans to work with women and advocate for the abolition of child marriage around the world.

Victoria Angono from Equatorial Guinea was 1st Runner Up , with Kimberly Tozana from Zimbabwe taking the 2nd Runner Up title.

Supplementary titles:
Miss Catwalk - Kimberly Tozana (Zimbabwe)
Miss Proactive - Aida Mebrahtu (Eritrea)
Miss Amiable - Victoria Marsh (Nigeria)
Miss Popularity - Aida Mebrahtu (Eritrea)
Miss Charity - Aida Mebrahtu (Eritrea)
Miss Congeniality - Victoria Angono(Equatorial Guinea)
Miss Photogenic -  Kimberly Tozana (Zimbabwe)

Best Culturalwear - Aida Mebrahtu (Eritrea)

Best Evening Wear - Nyasha Mutembwa (Zimbabwe)

Miss Talent - Nadine Azari (Zimbabwe)

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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