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Miss Africa Great Britain 2018/19, Leila Samati, her princesses and some finalists have released a charity calendar for 2019. The model and  Adult Nursing undergraduate from Guinea Bissau features alongside Nigerian 1st Princess Oreoluwa Willams Kofoworade, and 2nd princess Elizabeth Seyi from Togo.

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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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The Miss Africa 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, Sonia Ike in the presence of the Chairman of Ideato South Local Government,Engineer Duru I. Johnson.

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