Photos Of Face Of Tourism Africa Contestants 2020
Face Of Tourism Africa Releases Photos Of Contestants As Voting Continues
The forthcoming 2020 Median Edition of one of Africa’s leading pageant event, Face of Tourism Africa, themed “your step to stardom” has released photos and names of the 22 shortlisted
Contestants for the grande Finale ceremony, holding in Abuja Nigeria on 28th November. The photos of qualified Contestants was released days ago, during the late hours of Friday 24th October 2020.
The Photos were released by the organising committee for the 2020 Median Edition of Face of Tourism Africa, as it also announced the commencement of voting exercise for Contestants ahead of the forthcoming grande finale and crowning ceremony holding in Nigeria.
Speaking with the Executive director of Face of Tourism Africa, Jane Odoh she maintained that all hands are on deck for a smooth and successful outplay of the 2020 median edition. She however called on the public to participate in the voting exercise so as to qualify their favourite Contestants for the 2020 grande finale event coming up soon.
However, the photos were released few weeks after the registration and screening of Contestants across selected cities in Africa kick-started. The shortlisted 22Contestants for Face of Tourism Africa stands the chance to win some very amazing prizes including the Star Prize of a brand new Toyota Venza, a Modelling contract, Photoshoots, Media tour, Ambassadorial endorsement and an Exotic tour for the first winner, The 2nd Winner will receive the sum of Five Hundred Thousand naira, photoshoots and a modeling contract, while the 3rd winner goes with the reward of three hundred thousand and a smart Phone for the online Voting Winner.
Face of Tourism Africa has over the years remained one of the most reputable pageant brands in Africa. The brand has promoted individual outstanding Models who have become world-class Beauty Queens, with records of impact and iconic engagements that is far-reaching in terms of promoting tourism in Africa, as well as the exposing the true value of African womanhood.