What are the countries with the most beautiful women in Africa? Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. When it comes the most beautiful women in the world or in a certain country I am not really involved in the issue, but at times it can be interesting to check some beauties from all over the world. In this article I liked the short and brief information in connection with the country.
With Africa being so diverse, pinpoint beauty standards is next to impossible. Still, regardless of how hard it is to define it, beauty is easy to recognize and girls from Africa have plenty of it. Black women have been recognized for their beauty and many of them aren’t born in Africa. Naomi Campbell is the first that comes to mind when talking about beautiful black women and she is from the United Kingdom and one of the original supermodels.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three countries from their list as usual.
The first country is Rwanda. In Miss Heritage 2015, Joanna Keza Bagwire was declared 3rd Runner-up and in the same competition in 2016 Jane Mutoni was a runner up. No titles and two runners up aren’t that great of a result, but enough to qualify for our list and be slightly better than Botswana. Besides, considering bloody and violent past of the country, it is great to see Rwanda appear on lists like this one, with more pleasant topics than war and genocide. THe second country is Ghana, which is the first country on our list with an actual title at an international beauty pageant. In 2014 Miss Heritage, Zina Asiedu won Miss Heritage Africa title, also dubbed the Continental Queen title and the right to be addressed as Queen Zina, queen of Africa. As titles go, one could do a lot worse than that. Ms. Asiedu has been heavily involved in a campaign that aimed to raise awareness of Ebola virus and gather funds for researching a cure. We mustn’t forget about Kenya. In 2002, the title of Miss Earth was won by Džejla Glavović, a beautiful Bosnian. Unfortunately for Ms. Glavović, she failed in performing her duties stipulated in the contract and Miss Earth organization, in its only second year of existence, decided to drop the hammer on her and she was stripped of her title. Bad news for Bosnia, but great for Kenya, whose Winfred Omwakwe was the first runner up and ended up with the title of Miss Earth 2002. Anyway, that’s the story of how Kenya got to the 6th place among the countries with the most beautiful women in Africa.
For any further useful information read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 countries with the most beautiful women in Africa