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Burkina: Ida Dabré elected Miss Golden T international against breast cancer


The lovely Ida Dabré won on Saturday, November 25 in Ouagadougou, the crown of the 4th edition of Miss Golden T international in the fight against breast cancer, ahead of five other fighters in this category. evil that kills slowly. The winner, as well as the organizers of the ceremony, are committed to making this fight their main focus.

Ida Dabré convinced the jury with her beauty and her eloquence in the fight against breast cancer during the evening of distinction. During her appearance before the jury to defend her project in the event of success in winning the crown, Ida Dabré mentioned that “I am essentially focused on the support and psychological care of the victims and their loved ones. Many screening campaigns are already being carried out and many NGOs are taking action to care for patients, but we very often forget the psychological aspect.”

She therefore reassures that she will “do personal development training, a lot of coaching and recreational activities which will allow them to find energy, strength and courage”. It was even at the level of votes by SMS that she distanced herself from her competitors, before the jury came to crown the rest.

She beat Nadège Palé (1st runner -up) and Roukiatou Wendemi Ouédraogo (2nd runner -up). In this competition, the six candidates had to go through parades with several types of clothing, especially local ones, their performance in traditional dance and the presentation of their project for the fight against breast cancer.

In this gala evening dedicated to the fight against this evil, the promoter Angélina Kiswendsida Ouibga, said that “the objective is to be able to raise awareness among as many people as possible so that they can better understand the disease and avoid it” . She, who experienced a cancer situation in her entourage, is strongly committed to its eradication because according to the WHO, this disease is the 5th cause of death of the female junta in the world in 2021.

For the co-sponsor of the activity, Marie Blanche Kantiono, “it is a cause that is noble and affects everyone. This is why I agreed to accompany this group.” “The golden T international is an original idea of the journalist Angelina Kiswendsida Ouibga, a fashion enthusiast, president of the Rose de vie association.

During the ceremony, several testimonies from people suffering from and cured of breast cancer were heard. In this gala dinner evening, several fashion shows by talented Burkinabè stylists were held and performances by artists.

It was the Minister of Communication, Culture, Arts and Tourism Rimtalba Jean Emmanuel Ouédraogo who sponsored the ceremony. He was represented by Alimata Sawadogo who welcomed the initiative. Certificates of recognition were awarded to the various partners also involved in the fight. An appointment has been made for the 5th edition next year.

Source: Burkina Information Agency