Ayotunde Twitch pays tribute to former Kings

Mister Africa International, pageant founder, Ayotunde Twitch paid tribute to all the former Kings of the pageant including those who have won the title and those who have participated as delegates.

The Kings earned the visit because of their massive hard-working contribution in the past ten years. 

“Everyone has brought their unique gifts to the progress of the pageant. It’s notable to state no two winners have been in the game or had the same purpose, but they have all added immensely to the growth of the competition, ” said Twitch. 

What started as an inspiration from other international pageants across the globe, and his team later joined forces and established a platform for the African boy child in 2012.

London became the first place to host the pageant before it migrated to its homeland, Africa. 

Twitch said they were inspired by the amazing works that international pageants were doing.

“We wanted a platform that would project a young African into the eyes of the and launching his entertainment and acting career. I am happy we have been able to do that in the last few years,” he said.

Twitch further said the brand House of Twitch which works hand in hand with Mister Africa International is grateful and appreciates the work the national directors have been conducting in the last ten years. 

The longest African male pageant has changed the lives of many in the continent. As this has been evident by the works of the former Kings and those that have participated in the pageant. 

Twitch said they are planning to set the bar on a higher standard for the Kings who are to take part in the years to come, as their main aim is for the brand Mister Africa International to reach out to all African countries. 

This year Mister Africa International will be commemorating its 10th anniversary, making it the continent’s oldest male pageant. 

The ceremony will be held along with the coronation of the 10th Mister Africa International. 

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