Age 18, she was crowned in Buea on August 25, in a fashion competition organized by Africa Miss Christian: Florence Anyiaka Njang.
No matter what Regine does in life, she puts God first. This attitude has helped her grab the title of Miss Christian Cameroon 2019.
She is a 19years old, daughter to Anyakem Regine Ambang born at the Central Hospital of Yaounde. Being crowned Miss has always been one of her childhood dream. She has partly achieved it, ‘‘proper preparation will always meet divine opportunities, especially when God is first,’’ she says.
As a missionary Ambassador, Regina is fluent both in English and French. She considers herself to be flexible and a very smart person.
Year I student at the National Advanced School of Engineering Polytechnic (NASEP) Yaounde, she studies Mathematics, Physics and Computer science; bearing the dream of specializing herself in architecture.
Being a student, Mvoe is equally an entrepreneur. She is co-founder of the placement of unemployed persons of the Myriam Marena Agency and also the president of a non-governmental association dubbed ‘‘We Win Team’’, with slogan ‘Winning is Our Habit’.
Here, youths are called to propose projects and the association helps them in achieving it including humanitarian activities which they do.
In her religious life, Miss Christian is a Presbyterian. Besides, during her mandate, she volunteered under the Local Youth Corner Association to produce hand sanitizers that were shared nationwide when the covid pandemic came up as well as a medal in the Duke of Edinburgh’s award.
During her school break, she says ‘‘I am a good cook, and I some time go in for catering activities.” As hobbies, she loves dancing, singing, networking, tourism and reading.
For the next queen, she wishes her mandate ‘‘brings her more closer to God and use her to impact all those who will look up to her, bring up the leader in her and grows her capacity to contain all the blessings, pressure and responsibilities that come with the title’’.