Brenda Namukasa a student of Ndejje University (Kampala campus) has been divulged as the only contestant to represent Uganda at the 2019 Miss University Africa Beauty contest in Port Harcourt, the capital and largest city of Rivers State in Nigeria. The 21 year old is a second year student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business.
“I was overwhelmed by the fact that I emerged out of the group and screening stages. I look at this as a challenge to represent my country and I thank God for the journey I have moved so far,” Namukasa exclaimed.
It should be remembered that Ndejje University has of late been gifted with beauty sovereigns who have made it a trend in winning beauty contests in Uganda. This reminds us of Challa Elma a second year student from this very institution who won the 2018 miss tourism contest.
First held in 2010, the pageant is Africa’s number one Prestigious Non-Bikini Pageant, founded by businessman Taylor Nazzal. The competition has 54 contestants who represent 54 countries in Africa, and the winner of the pageant receives US$50,000 in endorsement deals, a new car and becomes a United Nations Students’ Ambassador. The pageant is the first ever non bikini pageant in the world. The First ever international . The Ugandan fraternity wishes Namukasa the best of lack
Bellow is a video of how it went down during the 2018 miss university Africa finale in Nigeria.
MARY GOLD ADONGO