Aimee Caroline Nseke crowned Miss Cameroon 2018 for Miss World 2018

02 Jan 2018 | Irina Silva

Aimee Caroline Nseke was crowned Miss Cameroon 2018 on 30th December 2018 at the finale night held at the Congress Palace of Yaounde. She was crowned in the presence of the First Lady Chantal Biya and succeeds her predecessor Michelle-Angel Minkata. Aimee is now going to represent Cameroon in Miss World 2018.

From Yaounde, this 20-year-old beauty has achieved great feats in her pageantry career. She is a second-year business law student and wishes to devote herself to fight blindness in her country.  At the 13th edition of Miss Cameroon, Aimee Caroline Nseke fought for her title with 25 contestants as she proved that she not only could represent her country at a global level but also represent herself as a person of character.


Aimee Caroline Nseke crowned Miss Cameroon 2018 for Miss World 2018


Aimee Caroline Nseke is not new to the world of pageantry as she was crowned Miss Cameroon Switzerland 2016. She took to social media to express gratitude and appreciation for giving her a chance to represent her culture and take up the responsibility to bring about a positive change in the society as she completed her reign recently as Miss Cameroon Switzerland 2016.

Her court included –

1st runner-up – Mercy Joyce Ashu Arrah

2nd runner-up – Evina Win

3rd runner-up – Beatrice Doudou

4th runner-up – Johanna Eyike

5th runner-up – Louise Essangui