Sierra Leone’s Hajaratu Kamara Represent Sierra Leone At  Miss University Africa 2021


Sierra Leone’s Hajaratu Kamara represent Sierra Leone at  Miss University Africa 2021

Winner of the 2019 AYV Miss University Beauty Paegent, Hajaratu Kamara has taken on her social media platform to disclosed that she is currently in Nigeria to represent Sierra Leone at the Miss University Africa 2021.

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Hajaratu Kamara is currently in Nigeria to represent Sierra Leone at this year’s Miss University Africa. The annual international beauty pageant is a platform wherein female university students within the age of 18 to 26 from across the 54 African nations showcase their talents, beauty, and intelligence in order to win the continent’s most beautiful student award.  Every year the winner of the beauty pageant takes home a whopping sum of USD 50,000 in endorsement deals and also has the opportunity to be a United Nations Student’ Ambassador.  Hajaratu Kamara was born in Kenema District, Eastern Province of Sierra Leone and she is now a graduate in Language Studies. In 2019 when she won the AYV Miss University beauty pageant she was a final year student of Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, and contested with over 30 competitors to win the crown. 

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.

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