Before her coronation as the 2018 Miss Cameroon, Caroline Aimée Nseke was holder of the Miss Cameroon Swiss title.
Born on 9th February 1996, the twenty-one year old girl hails from the Littoral Region of Cameroon.
After spending the early part of her childhood in Cameroon, Caroline Aimée Nseke moved to Switzerland in 2008 at the age of 12.
In 2014, the hardworking lady obtained a certificate from a commercial school in Switzerland (equivalent to a technical baccalaureat in Cameroon).
She then enrolled as a Business Law student in the University after engaging in a one-year intersnhip at the migration office in Switzerland.
In 2016, she was crowned Miss Cameroon Swiss in the inaugural edition of the beuaty contest, launched in March 2016.
Caroline Aimée Nseke won the Miss Cameroon 2018 contest and was crowned by First Lady, Chantal Biya during a crowd-pulling final on Saturday 30th December 2017. She emerged winner ahead of her first and second runners-up, Mercy Joyce Ashu Arrah and Victoire Evina.
She succeeds Michele Ange Minkata who was crowned in 2017 after the initial 2016 Miss Cameroon, Julie Chegeu Nguimfack was destituted of her crown.
Caroline will represent Cameroon at the 2018 Miss World Contest.
The beautiful lady hopes to support the blind and less priviledged during her one-year mandate as the 2018 Miss Cameroon.