Two years of non-organisation of the renowned Miss Cameroon beauty contest was long. Cameroonians were eager for the beauty pageant jamboree. The sea of persons who thronged the Yaounde Sports Complex on Saturday, 28 December 2019 to elect the successor of Caroline Nseke, outgoing Miss Cameroon, was enough proof. The ceremony, attended among others by Arts and Culture Minister, Bidoung Mkpatt, was colourful, the ambiance was at its top, and the suspense was heart-breaking for both spectators ...
AUDREY NABILA MONKAM\r\n\r\nBorn: 1st April 1995\r\n\r\nPlace of birth: Tiko, South West Region\r\n\r\nSiblings: Eldest of four children\r\n\r\nFather:CDC worker\r\n\r\nMother: Teacher\r\n\r\nEDUCATIONAL CAREER\r\n\r\nPrimary School\r\n\r\nClass 1 to 6:At “Fogopans” Pendaboko near Muyuka, South West Region<...
 Saturday, 28 December 2019 went down the annals of Cameroon’s beauty pageant that Audrey Nabila Monkam is the first indigene of Bali Nyongha, North West Region to be crowned Miss Cameroon. Financial and material prizes were rained on the 1.8 metres tall Miss. With an ever-present broad smile on the face, she said “I received a 5 million FCFA cash prize, a car, one year lodging in an apartment, 150,000 FCFA monthly salary during my one year mandate, and many other material gi...
Not even the euphoria that surrounded her election as Miss Cameroon 2020 will change her roots. Audrey Nabila was born in Tiko and she is the eldest of four children born to Bali Nyongha parents. Her father, a worker at the Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC) and mum, a government school teacher, gave her sound education. She was assiduous and always aimed for the honours roll.\r\n\r\nAfter primary education in Pendaboko, near Muyuka in the South West Region, Audrey Nabila Monkam got ad...
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