With over 30 countries gearing up for the Mister Africa International this year, the eyes of the world will be fixed on not just one but two destinations , as the event will be held both in the cities of The Hague (Netherlands) and London (United Kingdom). With a tour and charity gala in one country , and the grand finale in another.
The Mister Africa International is the biggest black male fashion competition in the world , and the fastest growing male pageant in the world and as such has the sexiest black men in the world compete but for a reason ! the winner dedicates his year to encouraging young Africans to start up their own business through the Young Entrepreneurs in Africa (YEA!) program. During his reign , he raises money for at least one new African Start up business. All that sexiness is put to good use .
But thats the serious part , let me talk abit about the glamorous part! The winner of this year’s Mister Africa International lands a mouth watering modelling contract which stands him a chance of walking some big fashion shows. He gets to be on the biggest Tv and Radio talk shows around the world , like Tea with the Duchess (London ) , Radio Netherlands , Sporah Show (East Africa) , Am express (Nigeria). He also gets to cover TWITCH magazine , Africa’s number 1 fashion fitness magazine. And did i mention ? he will also be getting designer cloths and shoes for a year ! but thats the least bit as he reign as Mister Africa International will launch him into the lime light over night and give him a great platform for the future. The best part he gets to be a new generation of Young Adults that try to make a difference in the world.
The reigning winner Jaydon Anderson is currently the ambassador of PUNCH DRINKS , an Afro – Carribean drink based in the UK. He is also the face of African Underwear label OKON. He will be covering the Christmas edition of Twitch magazine and Native Land and has been featured on a number of talk shows including East Africa’s biggest international Sporah Show. He is raising money for the SOS children in Africa.