Miss Côte d’Ivoire in 2015
The 19th edition of Côte d'Ivoire Miss contest reached its apotheosis this Saturday, June 6, 2015, at the “Palais des congrès du Sofitel Hôtel Ivoire” in Cocody. Under the patronage of the First Lady Dominique Ouattara, the 2015 beauty contest run by the Miss Côte d'Ivoire Committee (Comici) Victor Yapobi, saw the coronation of N'Guessan Andrea. Miss Yamoussoukro during the Contest preselection phases, N'Guessan Andrea is 22 years old. She is a student in 4th year of Marketing and captained number 19 in the final phase of the Miss Côte d'Ivoire contest. Certainly less taller than Jennifer Yeo, the Miss Côte d'Ivoire in 2014 who was more than 1.80m, the new Ivorian beauty queen with 1m 79 is not less charming. You say charm? She has it, and in profusion. And it is not the many personalities and many fans who stormed the “Palais des congrès du Sofitel Hôtel Ivoire” who will say the contrary. Indeed, from the start of the contest, the public had focused its choice on N'Guessan Andrea. Her performances were punctuated by cheers and long applauses from the audience captivated by her beauty and charm. It is therefore logical that the former Miss of the country's political capital; during the contest, succeeds Jennifer Yeo, Miss 2014 with an average of 18.58%. The 1st runner-up was won by Miss Diaspora France, Legré Hyllen, the number 26, with an average of 14.77%. When the second runner-up was won by Alice Kobena, number 4, with an average of 13, 16%.