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VIDEO: Miss Africa Dorcas Kasinde hair caught fire after being crowned

Miss Congo now miss Africa Dorcas Kasinde’s wig literally caught fire after being crowned Miss Africa 2018. The 24-year-old Dorcas Kasinde beat other contestants across Africa to win the crown and emerge the queen. Miss Nigeria came second while Miss Zambia came third.

When miss Congo celebrated her amazing victory and hugged her predecessor, her wig caught fire.Thankfully, Nigerian Ebuka came to her rescue before more damage could be done to her hair and scalp.

Social media users around the world have jokingly pointed out Calabar witches for being responsible with the incident, lol. Anyway after some investigation it is believed the fire was caused by the stage flame positioned at various corners on the stage with caught her hair wig due to the ointment used on it.

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African and strange happenings, hmm

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