Miss Congo Dorcas Kasinde Hair on Fire, at Crowning Moment

NIGERIA: Miss Congo Dorcas Kasinde had a shocking and unexpected experience at her crowning moment. Miss Congo Dorcas Kasinde hair went up in flames right at her crowning moment.

Miss Congo was announced the winner at Miss Africa 2018/19 Pageant.

Her celebration was a shocking moment as her hair cought fire from the sparks from the firework.

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The newly-crowned Miss Africa 2018 Queen, though completely distressed and shocking moment managed smile while presented with her crown and prize money.

The video of the incident has gone viral. It shows Miss Congo’s hair in flames just after she was crowned Miss Africa 2019 in Cross River State in Nigeria.

It shows the sudden and unexpected accident left everyone in shock. Miss Congo Dorcas Kasinde is seen running on stage trying to extinguish the fire on her hair.

The footage shows the final moment. Miss Congo Kasinde and another finalist are waiting for the final announcement.

Both the finalist are seen excited and embracing each other.

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A firework started after the winner was announced. The video shows the fireworks start off with showers of sparks coming down onto the stage.

That was the moment Kasinde’s hair catch fire and rapidly start to spread. Fortunately, she was saved and the flames were but out by a man standing behind Kasinde

The beauty queen escaped unhurt in the accident and is seen in the video wearing her crown. She later thanked her fans for their support and said on Instagram that she was happy to be the new Miss Africa 2019 Calabar, according to reports

Miss Congo, Dorcas Kasinde has won Miss Africa 2019 Beauty Pageant hosted by the Cross River Government.

Miss Kasinde, beat Nigeria’s Chiamaka Nnaemeka and Zambia’s Gladys Kayumba to the second and third positions respectively. She went home with the crown, $35,000 and a sport utility vehicle.

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Miss Congo, Dorcas Kasinde has  won the 2019 Miss Africa Beauty Pageant hosted by the Cross River Government. The contest took place in the early hours of Friday 28th December 2018 at the Calabar International Conference Centre, Nigeria. Kasinde, who beat Nigeria’s Chiamaka Nnaemeka and Zambia’s Gladys Kayumba to the second and third positions respectively to clinch the crown, went home with $35,000 and a sport utility vehicle. She was crowned by the winner of the 2017 edition of the  pageant, Miss Gaseangwe Balopi of Botswana. Earlier, the Governor of Cross River, Prof. Ben Ayade, said it was time for Africans to appreciate themselves. Ayade said that Africa does need the western media to tell its story, which they always centered on poverty and wars. ” This is a celebration of African beauty, brain and heritage; the world will see what African brain and beauty is all about. ” The judges should come down and look at those things that make a woman truly African; it is not just the skin colour. “Tunisians and Moroccans are light-skinned but they are Africans,” he said. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that 25 countries participated in the event. They include Cameroon, Morocco, Tanzania, Togo and Ghana. Nigerian singers Innocent Idibia (2face) and Tiwatope Savage-Balogun ( Tiwa Savage) entertained the audience. #missafrica #missafricacalabar2018 #Calabar #crossriverstate #beautypageant #mostbeautiful #mostbeautifulgirlintheworld #crownedprincess #crowned #africanism #africanqueen #girls #beauties #women #blackwomen #festival #beautifulsmile #dorcaskasinde #misscongo #african #africangirl #blackbeauty #winner #worldcaptures #exploreeverything #exoticplaces #africanbeauty #placestovisitinnigeria #calabarfestival #nigeria

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