A beauty queen from Nairobi Eastlands area is seeking Kenyans’ votes to help her bring home the crown of the Miss Africa International beauty queen pageant.
Charity Njeri Nduta born and raised in one of Nairobi’s oldest estates Ziwani was selected to represent Kenya in the pageant’s final gala night set to be held at Oriental Hotel in Lagos on the30th March 2018.
Charity along with other thirteen contestants who made it to the finals have been in Lagos for the past week at the boot camp where they are being prepared for the Galas.
The pageant organized by Roses and Rubies international aims to change the tone of beauty pageants in Africa and the rest of the world. Miss Africa Beauty Queen seeks to crown a beauty queen who will promote peace and unity among Africans.
Kenyans can cast their vote for Charity by liking her photo on the Miss Africa Beauty Queen facebook page, Instagram and the website.
Should she win the coveted crown, Charity will be the face of the many peace-initiative projects created by roses and rubies international limited.
The Miss Africa Beauty Queen is a brainchild of 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.