The African continent is blessed with many beautiful people, the colour of our skin is unique in our own natural way and we should all be proud of it wherever we found ourselves.
Nyakim Gatwech is the darkest girl in the world who was born in 1993, she's from Sudan and she's a model. Because of her modelling career, she stays in America at Minneapolis where she reaches out to the world on social media with lovely pictures of herself.
With her unique dark colour, she has been a case study for others who are not proud of their skin colour, she has thought alot if people on how to be confident no matter their colour.
At the age of 27 years old, her career is growing and she now has more than 10,000 followers on social media networks, she explained that her dark colour is the symbol of her nation of warriors.
She was offered a huge amount of money to bleach her skin but she refused and preferred to stay dark and continue making waves with her dark skin, she's popularly known as the "Queen of Darknesd", because she's the darkest girl on earth.
Do you thinks she's right not to bleach her skin? Let's hear your opinion
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