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Africa's Next Top Model Aamito returns
Publish Date: Jan 17, 2014
Africa's Next Top Model Aamito returns
Model Aamito was received by friends, family and supporters. PHOTO/Richard Sanya
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ENTEBBE - Ugandan model, Stacy ‘Queen’ Aamito, who was on Sunday declared the winner of the first ever Africa’s Next Top Model contest, touched down at Entebbe Airport on Friday from the US.

(PHOTOGRAPHER: Richard Sanya)

 

 


The young model was recieved by family, friends and supporters from Entebbe Airport on Friday


The Manager Joram House of Talent and Model Management, Joram Muzira Job (left), was there to welcome her.


Aamito beat Michaela from Angola and Opeyemi from Nigeria, who had all reached the final held in New York City.


The Ugandan model won $50,000 (sh150m) in cash and a modelling contract with New York-based DNA Model Management.
 


She spoke to the press after jetting into the country.


After making it to the final three, Stacy 'Queen' had to travel to New York for the Sunday finale.


“I would like to thank everybody for their support and for believing in me," she had said of her victory.

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