Ms Maracas Valley, Ache Abrahams, Captures Miss World T&T Crown

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Ms Maracas Valley, Ache Abrahams, Captures Miss World T&T Crown

During the next two months, Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022, Ache Abrahams, will undergo intense training in choreography/model walking, Question and Answer, Media Training and a number of other activities to prepare her for the Miss World International Pageant which will be held in early 2023.

Miss Maracas Valley Aché Abrahams was crowned the first place winner of the Miss World Trinidad and Tobago Pageant Competition.

The final competition took place on Sunday at the National Academy for the Performing Arts, Port of Spain.

Miss Abrahams was chosen from a group of 16 other candidates who were also stunning and worked diligently throughout the pageant competition.

For the last eight weeks, all 17 candidates were exposed to rigorous training sessions, workshops, photoshoots, sub-competitions, interviews, guest appearances, and their meaningful beauty with a purpose humanitarian-based projects.

Ms. Abrahams topped the MWTT Fitness Challenge, as well as the MWTT Photogenic Award and MWTT Digital Media Ambassador, putting her in a prime position to capture the crown.

The other winners of the sub-competitions were Miss Arima Jemima Pierre who topped the MWTT Top Model Competition, Miss San Juan Savannah Sandy with MWTT Beauty with a Purpose and Miss Carenage Mystia Mulzac with MWTT Talent Competition.

Miss Claxton Bay Janelle Pirmal was awarded the People’s Choice candidate.