Nigerian President Obasanjo with Miss AFrica International 03, Taiwo Ariyo and Pageant CEO Ellen Dunbar
Miss Africa International 03 (Nigeria) Taiwo Ariyo
Miss Africa International 04, Cynthia Kanema (Zambia)
Adaure Achumba (Nigeria) "Miss Africa nternational 2005???"
We'll see about that Oct 29th
Hats off to the high-achieving women representing twenty-two African countries in the upcoming Miss Africa International pageant. On October 29, 2005 the Warner Theatre will be packed with fans wanting a first-hand glimpse of the amazing show to be put on by those stunning African beauties. Our favorite Nigerian actor, Jim Iyke, will host the show as ten celebrities from the Africa Channel, CNN and other facets of the community decide who will become Miss Africa International 2005.
Africa holds the largest deposits of the world’s most valuable resources and on October 29, 2005 the world will see that Africa also boasts the world’s most beautiful women.
Elegance and versatility are the highlights of the evening! The contestants will make a splendid presentation of evening attire, followed by an exciting segment of various talent performances. Then the audience will be glued in their seats as the contestants introduce the hottest in African haute couture as the show culminates in the African Attire presentation. With each contestant, there's a different style. All at the beautiful, world-renowned Warner Theatre in the nation's capitol!
Event: MISS AFRICA INTERNATIONAL PAGEANT
Date: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2005
Time: 8 O'CLOCK P.M.
Venue: THE WARNER THEATRE, 13th Street, between E and F Streets, N.W., D.C.
$35 upper balcony
$50 regular seating
$100 premium seating
Early arrival is encouraged. For an evening of fun and excitement, buy your ticket now and be there to select your Miss Africa International!
Our humanitarian efforts are focused on Africare, a charitable institution helping famine victims in Africa. A portion of the proceeds from each ticket will be donated to Africare’s program for famine victims in Niger. Note: Mokoli Productions, Inc. is a separate entity from Africare.