Uganda’s queen Abenakyo among top 30 for Miss World 2018

Quiin Abenakyo

The historic Head To Head Challenge ended on a historical moment when representative Quiin ABENAKYO from Uganda secured a place in the top 30 for Miss World 2018.

This is a monumental moment for Uganda as they have secured a place in the top 30 for the first time in Miss World history.

Miss Uganda had no words to express how she was feeling, in her own words she expressed:”I am very proud and humbled for having done this for my country.”

The reigning queen noted that Uganda’s Beauty with a Purpose project is fighting teenage pregnancies.

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“1 in 4 adolescent girls ages 14 to 19 either have a child or pregnant. This has led to school dropouts, health complications like fistula, some girls are banished from home leaving them helpless.”

Quiin ABENAKYO further expressed: “I believe they all have dreams and goals to achieve. My objective is to put into action my Beauty with a Purpose project using the opportunity given to me by the Miss Uganda foundation and Miss World organisation to achievably bring to the fore front of the world stage causes that promote the sanity of human life especially the girl child.”

Everyone present were inspired by this moment to see Uganda’s Beauty with a Purpose project recognised, supporting to equip and skill the girl child so that they can reach their full potential, through the keep the girl child in school campaign.

Abenakyo was crowned on 10 August 2018 at a ceremony at the Kampala Serena Hotel.

“Yes its official we are in top 30 Miss World we are making history,” Miss Uganda Foundation confirmed the development.

Miss World 2018 will be the 68th edition of the Miss World pageant which will take place in Sanya, China on 8 December 2018.

Manushi Chhillar of India will crown her successor at the end of the event. 118 contestants from all over the world will compete for the crown.



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