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Phoebe Nekesa to wave Ugandan flag at the Top Model World beauty pageant

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Ugandan Poet and Podcaster Phoebe Nekesa will be representing Uganda at the Top Model World beauty pageant in Hurghada, Egypt.

The pageant, which celebrates diversity and talent, will take place from 12th to 26th May 2024. Nekesa brings a unique blend of traditional African beauty and contemporary elegance, aims to represent her country, and empowers young women to pursue their dreams.

Top Model Uganda, the platform Phoebe Nekesa is competing on, aims to showcase Ugandan talent on an international platform advocate for gender equality, and combat gender-based violence within Uganda.

Her participation in the Top Model of the World pageant not only showcases the beauty of Uganda but also highlights the importance of diversity and inclusion in the fashion industry. As she competes against contestants from around the globe, she serves as a beacon of hope for aspiring models from underrepresented backgrounds, proving that beauty knows no boundaries.

The Top Model of the World pageant, renowned for celebrating diversity and talent from around the world, serves as a platform for aspiring models to showcase their skills and advocate for social causes close to their hearts. For Nekesa, this opportunity is not just about glamour but also about representing her country and empowering young women to pursue their dreams fearlessly.

Top Model Uganda serves as a platform dedicated to showcasing Ugandan talent on an international platform, utilizing fashion and beauty to advocate for gender equality and combat gender-based violence within Uganda. A notable initiative within Top Model Uganda is #yogelatotya #speakupdontbeafraid, which aims to empower victims to speak out against gender-based violence, as the founder emphasizes that silence perpetuates violence and abuse.

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