Miss World 2018: Miss Cameroon in total confusion in China

Caroline Aimé Nseke was not in the top 30 finalists for the crown

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After the misplacement of her suitcases containing her belongings, Caroline Aimé Nseke will not finish in the top 30 finalists in the running for the crown that will be disputed during the big party scheduled this December 8, 2018.

In a live video posted on its official Facebook page November 27, 2018, miss Cameroon 2018, was already part of its fans and the Cameroonian public difficulties she endured on the side of Sanya, in the province of Hainan, China or is currently taking place the miss world 2018 contest.

The Cameroonian beauty queen was already complaining that her suitcases had been misplaced by the airline company, which greatly compromised her chances of making an honorable performance at this very selective contest which will lead to the election of the most beautiful woman in the world. “I would like to tell my fans that I had a lot of trouble here in Hainan when I arrived the airline lost my suitcases which contained some very important effects for the competition including my outfits.

But this does not mean that we will give up, I promise to fight to the end to raise the Cameroonian flag and to get there I also need your support through your votes … “she confided to herself in this video posted on the official Miss Cameroon page.

Missing the top 30

In competition since November 9, the 120 candidates will have during these last 30 days passed several events allowing them to win their place in the Top 30. Thus, the five winners of the challenges are qualified. At the end of this month of competition, our national miss will have not had the same luck as these 30 other competitors retained for the grand final of Saturday, December 8, 2018. Do not ask me the reasons for its failure, after all is only a contest.

Although it should be recalled that since 2014, the date of the first participation of Cameroon in this contest, the representative with Valerie Ayena who had finished in the top 10 of this contest, no Cameroonian representative has ever produced better performance at this event. contest. Elected Miss Cameroon in December 2017 a year ago, Caroline Aimé Nseke (22 years – 1.74 m) represented us in this competition with the objective of defending a charitable cause that is dear to her, the fight against blindness and also other fights through his association “Smile for life”.

“Miss Monde is not in the same register as Miss Cameroon or Miss Cameroon -Switzerland,” she confided before flying to Asia. “The organization pays more attention to charity than to physical projects. It’s still a beauty contest but the winner may not be the prettiest but a beautiful girl with projects behind. ”