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Nigerian Super Host, Amira Ibrahim-Alfa to Host Miss Commonwealth 2017

The young but vibrant presenter, Amira Ibrahim-Alfa

The young but vibrant presenter, Amira Ibrahim-Alfa

As preparation for Miss Commonwealth 2017 hots up, American born Nigerian super host, Amira Ibrahim-Alfa has been invited to co-host the forth coming Miss Commonwealth International Pageant 2017, in London UK.
The Annual Empowerment Event for commonwealth Nations will welcome participants from Africa, Asia-pacific, Caribbean and Euro Atlantic from 24th November 2017 to 27th November 2017 while the Grand Coronation Night is scheduled for today Sunday 26TH November 2017.
Without mincing words, Amira has become a force to reckon with when it comes to hosting topnotch events globally.
The young lady who recently moved back to Nigeria from London, had her first degree in BA (HONs) Advertising and Masters degree in Theatre Arts.
The young but vibrant presenter started school production act at the age of 3 years old, and first broke into limelight at the age of 9 years old when she stared alongside Joke Silva, Olu Jacobs, Buky Ajayi and Bimbo Manuel in an award winning film by Fred Amata-

Amira have worked alongside designers such as FinAfrik and Nikki Khiran, Ade Bakare, Tiannah, Maufechi, LuxuryByFeyi and other notable designers.
Meanwhile, it will also interest you to know that, Amira was invited by the International Committee of All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) and the African Union Commission to hosts the Red Carpet at the just concluded All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA 2017, in association with the Lagos State Government.
Amira Ibrahim-Alfa is currently The Face Of Africa Fashion Week Nigeria and London 2017, (AFWN/AFWL 2017).

Her hobbies according to information include shopping, Cooking, Photography, Dancing, Travelling and experiencing other cultures.


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