After competing for months on end on the first ever Africa’s Next Top Model(ANTM), Ugandan model, Stacy ‘Queen’ Aamito triumphed over fellow finalist, Nigeria’s Opeyemi Awoyemi and Michaela Pinto from Angola on Sunday night and emerged winner.
Aamito, who actually began modelling as a teenager, at age 16, is a Uganda Christian University alumni. She receives a 1-year modeling contract with New York based modeling agency DNA, $50,000 cash prize and product endorsement deals from P&G, Snapp and Etisalat amongst others.
The 5’11”inch tall model also featured at the Vogue Italia show in Uganda, a show that was graced by the magazine’s Editor In Chief Ms Sozzani Francca.
The Kitgum born beauty, has once graced the cover of the renown African Woman magazine, and worked with many designers on the continent, like Adele Dejak, Sylvia Owori, Mustafa Hassanali of Swahili Fashion week, Gloria Wavamunno and Santa Anzo.
Congratulations, Queen, and all the best!