Africa’s Next Top Model is a franchise format of America’s Next Top Model, a television franchise that was created by American Supermodel Tyra Banks, and hosted by Supermodel Oluchi.
For the past nine weeks, the show has followed twelve supermodel hopefuls from across the African continent as they strived to prove they have what it takes to make it in the cutthroat world of modeling. After nine weeks and nine eliminations, Aamito (Uganda), Michaela (Angola) and Opeyemi (Nigeria) remain in the running to take the title of “Africa’s Next Top Model”.
The winner 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.
Kampala Road based nightspot Club Rouge is holding the official live screening of the finals at 8.00pm aired by Africa Magic Entertainment (AMEnt) channel.
Her agent and model scout, Joram Muzira, says about her attributes: “Her unique high fashion look is her biggest strength in modelling. She is very high fashion and bankable.”
Born in December 3, 1993, Aamito started her path to modelling at the age of 16 with Arapapa Models and has since represented a number of agencies in Uganda. She has worked for a number of renowned designers like Sylvia Owori, Santa Anzo, Gloria Wavamunno, Ras Kasozi and Adele Dejak. Aamito is currently signed to Joram Model Management, another modelling agency in Uganda.