Kenya’s Ajuma Nasenyana

Whether using fashion to make a political statement, to promote peace, or their designers winning awards worldwide, Kenyans are insisting to be an active participant in Africa’s momentum building fashion revolution.

A name that has contributed to this revolution and kept Kenya on the tongues of many across the globe is Ajuma Nasenyana. Ajuma’s dark beauty got her noticed and making history as the the first black model to win a contract worth $50,000 in an international competition, Ford Models Supermodel of the World Search, open to all races. Since her win, Ajuma has modeled across the globe and strutted on numerous runways to count. She is currently based in New York. Check out her statistics and photos.


Height 5 ft 10
Chest 34 in
Waist 25 in
Hips 36
Dress 4
Shoe 9

[Photos by Marcio Madiera]

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Kenyan's & modelling bizness, they are good.

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