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22-year-old Tchabatou Tchoro Gnongbo Wins Miss Togo 2018

The grand finale of the miss Togo beauty contest took place this Saturday evening in Lomé. A beautiful evening filled with suspense and a guest parterre that ended with the election of Miss Togo 2018. And it is on Tchabatou Tchoro Gnongbo that the choice was made.

The 22-year-old is thus elected for a year the queen of Togolese beauty. She received the approval of the jury members of the 22 candidates present at this grand finale. To get there, the young student in the third year of Private Law and her other competitors underwent the various tests that were submitted to them.

Parade, traditional dances, questions answering sessions are among others the tests elaborated each year by the organizing committee. To put the dishes in the big, the artists held in line with the many public who made the trip. Tach Noir, Santrinos Raphael, Dj Kerozen, Pierrette Adams have alternately amazed the public at the Lomé congress center.


Who is Tchabatou Tchoro Gnongbo?

Born August 18, 1996 in Adjengré, in the central region of Togo, Tchabatou is in the third year of private law at the Catholic University of West Africa (Ucao Lomé). Fascinated by fashion, she confided before the evening that made her famous, that she likes modeling and enjoys spending time in photo-mode shooting sessions in her spare time to feed her passion.

Sympathy, benevolence and determination are qualities of a modern woman she hopes to become. By applying to the crown she wanted to realize a dream, that of “to carry out projects of humanitarian, legal, economic and social development” . Now with the crown on her head she will have to represent Togolese beauty wherever she needs to be.

The 24th Miss Togo will also have to carry out a project during her one-year term. She succeeds Cornélia Dédévi Adomayakpo, Miss Togo 2017. She will have for 1st and 2nd runners Rebeca Pignang and Adèle Agbelekoussi respectively.


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