Africa: Toluwalope Olarewaju to represent Nigeria at 2021 Miss Tourism International World Finals


With the Covid-19 pandemic restricting travels into Malaysia, the 2021 edition of Miss Tourism International World Finals will once again be held virtually come 18th of December.

The Beauty of Africa International Pageant, Baip, has also picked 23 year old model and graduate of Marketing from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Queen Toluwalope Olarewaju to represent Nigeria.

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According to, Toluwalope emerged 2nd runner-up at the Baip 2021 Nigeria Finals held in Bayelsa state which qualifies her to represent Nigeria.

She will be competing with other beauties from all over the world for the prestigious crown. The winner will succeed Miss Tourism International 2020 Carol Vinharski from Brazil, who was also crowned virtually at the start of the year.

Born into a family of 6, Toluwalope hails from Osun State, a South-west region of Nigeria. She is a serial entrepreneur and advocate for early childhood care and education.

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In a press release signed by the president of Baip, Mr Daniel Opuene, the model was selected as the ” best candidate to promote global awareness in areas such as culture, tourism, historical heritage, preservation of the environment and world peace among others”.

Toluwalope is also calling on Nigerians for financial support in any capacity and help her dream of becoming the first Nigerian and delegate from west Africa to ever win the crown.

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