Miss University Africa

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Miss University Africa
Miss University Africa logo 2.jpeg
AbbreviationMUA
Formation2010; 9 years ago (2010)
TypeBeauty pageant
Key people
Taylor Nazzal
(President)
Websitehttp://www.missuniversityafrica.org

Miss University Africa (MUA) is an annual international beauty pageant organized by Visions, Innovations and Concepts. The pageant was first held in 2010. Unlike Miss America and Miss Earth pageants, Miss University Africa contestants are not required to compete in swimsuits or bikinis.[1] Founded by businessman Taylor Nazzal, the competition has 54 contestants who represent 54 countries in Africa, and the winner of the pageant receives US$50,000 in endorsement deals, a new car and becomes a United Nations Students' Ambassador.

The current title holder is Marlise Sacur of Mozambique who was crowned on Nov 30 in Owerri, Imo State.[2]

Requirements[edit]

The pageant allows the participation of female contestants between the ages of 18 and 26 who are active university students with no marriage experience or children.[3]

Titleholders[edit]

Edition Pageants Venues Entrants
Country Miss Africa City Country
2010  Nigeria Powede Lawrence Yenagoa  Nigeria 25
2011  Togo Christina Koagni 46
2012  Lesotho Rorisang Molefe Edo State 48
Pageant was not held 2013- 2016
2017  Mauritius Lorriane Nadal Port Harcourt  Nigeria 48
2018  Mozambique Marlise Sacur Owerri 51

Countries by number of title wins[edit]

Country Titles Year(s)
 Mozambique 1 2018
 Mauritius 2017
 Lesotho 2012
 Togo 2011
 Nigeria 2010

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ayanda Dlamini (26 November 2017). "Baby Mthimkhulu repping SW". Swazi Observer. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Mrs Wike Crowns University Africa Queen 2017". The Tide. 4 December 2017. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
  3. ^ Sam Bandaon (30 November 2017). "Epylen Chimasula flies flag at Miss University Africa". The Daily Times. Retrieved 5 December 2017.

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