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Guinean model, Saran Bah shines at Miss World

Saran Bah is a young Guinean model and beauty queen, born in 1995 in Conakry. She started her modeling career at the age of 19 and won the Miss Guinea title in 2019, becoming the official representative of Guinea at the 2021 Miss World pageant.

At the Miss World 2021 pageant in Puerto Rico, Saran Bah made it to the semifinals and was one of the 30 candidates selected for the final before being eliminated during the Top Model challenge. Despite this setback, she was praised for her charisma, elegance, and grace on stage, as well as her social commitment to girls’ education in Guinea.

Since her victory at the Miss Guinea pageant, Saran Bah has been actively involved in educational and charitable projects, especially to improve access to education for girls in Guinea. She is also known for her work as a model and ambassador for renowned brands, having walked the runway for African fashion designers like Kente Gentlemen and Loza Maleombho, and being chosen as the face of the Black Opal beauty brand.

With her remarkable journey and strong social commitment, Saran Bah has become an icon for Guinean youth, serving as a model of success and dedication. She continues to inspire many young girls globally, demonstrating that beauty can be utilized for noble causes.


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