Ugandan Keith Karuhuura has been crowned Mr Africa International at the recently concluded event in Nigeria.
Keith Karuhuura has been crowned Mr Africa International.
The Ugandan who took over the crown from Arnaldo Jose of Angola took home the crown on Sunday 24th January at the competition held in Nigeria.
Keith Karuhuura, as the new Mr. Africa International, will encourage young Africans to start up their own business through the Young Entrepreneurs in Africa (YEA!) program. He will further raise money for at least one new African Start up business. He will also land an international modelling contract.
Top ten contestants came from Nigeria, Togo, Seychelles, Rwanda, Uganda, Ghana, Angola, Cape Verde and Benin Republic with top five contestants from Nigeria, Angola, Uganda, Rwanda and Ghana.
Ghana's Ian Wordi came second place and Rwanda's Moses Turahirwa clinched the third position.
The Mister Africa International is a male fashion competition which was founded by Ayotunde ‘Twitch’ Fabamwo in an effort to empower young Africans and raise money for charity.
The event had celebrities like Pencil, Denrele, Selebobo and Ubi Franklin in attendance.