Femmes. Duchess Kolle Irene to represent Cameroon at the Miss Heritage Global Pageant 2022

cameroun24.net Mercredi le 29 Juin 2022 Culture Imprimer Envoyer cet article à Nous suivre sur facebook Nous suivre sur twitter Revoir un Programme TV Grille des Programmes TV Où Vendre Où Danser Où Dormir au Cameroun
The Miss Heritage Global postponed in 2021 due to the pandemic, is to be hosted in Limpopo, South Africa on September 24, 2022, at the Kalahari Waterfront.

ADS

As September is heritage month in South Africa, this will allow citizens to celebrate their heritage and recognize different aspects of the diversity of South Africa. The pageant will be a platform where the world can meet and share different cultures and heritages of the world while shaping future leaders and fostering unity in diversity. Duchess Irene, aged 27 is one of the fifty-seven contestants that will participate in the Miss Heritage Global where she will also use the platform to educate and contribute to the diversity of Heritage and Culture.

Duchess will represent the heritage of Cameroon and wants to educate South Africa and the international community on the culture and heritage of Cameroon.

“Cameroon is rich and is diverse in culture with a mix of about 200 indigenous population, it is going to be an honour to show and share a part of that” –Duchess Irene

As the world has adapted and is progressing toward recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, The Miss Heritage Global is the first international beauty pageant that focuses on the promotion of the diverse heritage and the only internationally recognized international pageant hosted and based in Africa.

Contestants can expect to be on a journey filled with glamour and life-long lessons as the finalists will be groomed and trained. Additionally, contestants will spread awareness through advocacy, and be challenged with expressing and presenting their culture through fashion and having dialogues on women empowerment at the Kalahari Waterfront Nandoni, Limpopo in South Africa on September 24, 2022.

Founder and International Relations Manager of Miss Heritage Global, Ronald Tisauke also highlighted that the pageant hopes to educate individuals on different cultures and heritage whilst embracing what makes us who we are as individuals. The CEO of Miss Heritage Global, Mrs. Mbofholowo Lorraine Mbodi, added that contestants could look forward to experiencing Limpopo’s indigenous culture and environment.

Viviane GEMELE

ADS

 

ADS

ADS

Les plus récents

Rechercher un article

ADS