Archive for November, 2011

Nana Antwa

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News | November 15, 2011

Representing Ghana Next face of Fashion4Africa should be represented by an independent, well grounded, intellectual African young lady. Who is in touch with her African heritage and at the same time fully integrated in today Western society. I was born and raised in the Netherlands by Ghanaian parents who made me aware of their local […]

Lucinda Ngozi Barnes

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News | November 15, 2011

Representing Nigeria age: 18 Why I think I should win the fashion4Africa title. I want to be the Face of Fashion 4 Africa because I believe I have what it takes as an African young woman Having been brought up by a Nigerian mother I have learnt a lot about my culture. I speak my […]

Lul Mohamed

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News | November 15, 2011

20 years oldĀ  Representing Somalia I am a 20 year old strong East African woman who is very proud of her heritage. I am ambitious, fun loving and motivated. Despite living in Britain I embrace my roots and I am proud to be called an African. I want to show the rest of the world […]

Natalie Delatte

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News | November 15, 2011

Representing Cameroon Age: 25 Representing Cameroon and Africa is a cause really close to my heart. I was born in Cameroon and raised in France. Growing up in a country where black/african people are not featured in art, Media as they should be I am really proud to make things change and move forward by […]

Sade Sanusi

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News | November 15, 2011

Representing Nigeria Age:21 I should win face of Africa because I believe it is not just an achievement for myself but also for my family. i have always been taught that true beauty comes from within. Being a humble, generous, nice, honest and genuine individual is more than any pretty face can offer. I think […]

Yvonne Akwetey

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News | November 15, 2011

24 years of age Representing Ghana My name is Yvonne Akwetey, I am 24 years old and from London. As a British-born Ghanaian, I have been privileged enough to be brought up to know both the British and Ghanaian culture. This fusion allows me to be open minded and versatile in the sense that I […]