Vaumara Rebelo - Miss Angola Universe 2013
Hanniel Jamin Chihanny is Ghanaian model and Miss Ghana Universe 2013. Her height is 176 cm. She is on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hannieljamin001
Mariama Diallo - Miss Guinea World 2013
Stellah Nantumbwe is Miss Uganda World 2013. Her height is 175 cm.
Stellah was born and raised in Kampala, where she works as a sales assistant. University educated, Stellah has aspirations of building her own business franchise and then expanding it across the continent. She enjoys hiking, photography, and song writing, and describes herself as “innovative, enterprising and passionate.” In her spare time, Stellah likes to listen to a variety of music, from afro-fusion to country, and her favourite foods include local cuisine such as boiled banana with fried chicken and brown rice with plantain and greens.
Restituta Mifumu Nguema is Miss Equatorial Guinea World 2013.
Restituta is a 19 year old student with hopes of becoming a business woman in the future. She was born in Bata, growing up in the capital city Malabo. Describing herself as “cheerful, fun and friendly”, Restituta enjoys dancing, reading Mortadelo y Filemón comic books and her favourite food is chocolate sauce.
In my opinion, the most beautiful Namibian girl is Paulina Malulu. She was crowned Miss Namibia 2013. She represented country at the Miss Universe 2013 and Miss World 2013. . Paulina Malulu was Miss Namibia International 2012.
Paulina is a young woman who strives to live a life of purpose through passion and ambition. Growing up in Windhoek, she has ambitions of obtaining a master’s degree in Somatology before starting her own chain of health spas. In the past she was a representative for Namibia at the National Youth Council, also speaking at the Youth Forum at the Annual African Union Summit. In her spare time she enjoys a variety of athletic disciplines, she enjoys listening to local home-grown musicians, and she loves eating seafood.
In my opinion, the most beautiful Guinean girl is Mariama Diallo. She was crowned Miss Guinea World 2013. Her height is 172 cm.
Mariama grew up in the capital city of Guinea, Conakry, and is the youngest of three children in her family. She describes herself as a “modest young woman” who “excels in everything I set myself”. Mariama studied Telecommunication Engineering at college and hopes to put the skills she learned to use in the future. Her interests include reading, watching movies, and following fashion. She enjoys listening to RnB and jazz music, and her favourite foods include beef steak. Her personal motto is “Work hard”.
In my opinion, the most beautiful South Sudanese girl is Manuela Mogga Matong. She was crowned Miss World South Sudan 2013.
Modong was born in Juba, splitting her time growing up between Juba and Uganda. Describing herself as “humble, a good listener and a hardworking young lady”, Modong has aspirations of becoming a doctor and opening a children’s home. Her hobbies include playing netball, listening to gospel music and her talents include singing. Her personal motto is “Do what you love and love what you do, there is treasure in every challenge and there is no limit to life”.
Hiba Telmoudi is Miss Tunisia 2013. She will represent Indonesia in the Miss World 2013 pageant. Her height is 178 cm.
22 year old Hiba lives in the capital of Tunisia, Tunis. With a sporty and active personality, Hiba has a degree in Physical Education, which she uses everyday in her role as a School Sports teacher. Aside from helping the children in her school, she has aspirations of educating under privilegded children that are in need. In her spare time she enjoys cycling and she is a talented belly dancer. Hiba is also passionate about the environment, and hopes to one day be able to make a contribution to helping to preserve it in a meaningful and positive way.
In my opinion, the most beautiful Ivorian girl is Aissata Dia Ezzedine. She was crowned Miss Cote d'Ivoire 2013 and represented her country in the Miss World 2013 pageant. Her height is 183 cm.
Aissata grew up in the city of Abidjan, where she is currently a first year student in Marketing Management. She describes herself as “ambitious, dynamic and family orientated”, and has aspirations of using her degree to set up her own company in the beauty industry. Her hobbies include reading and travelling, she enjoys novels by Marc Levy, music from Beyonce, and her favourite food is foutou with pistachio sauce. Aissata’s personal motto is “Fall seven times, stand up eight.”