Miss Malawi UK back in N’ton, celebrating  womanhood on Sept  17 pageant

Miss Malawi UK will this year be held on September 17 at Barrats Club in Northamption which will be themed in celebrating the joys of womanhood, organiser Kondi Bowoyeke Munthali has told Nyasa Times.

Showcasing Malawian womanhood
Showcasing Malawian womanhood
On the catwalk, Miss Malawi UK will be celebrating womanhood
On the catwalk, Miss Malawi UK will be celebrating womanhood
Womanhood theme for Miss Malawi UK
Womanhood theme for Miss Malawi UK
Promoting Malawi culture in celrebtaing womanhood
Promoting Malawi culture in celrebtaing womanhood
Miss Malawi UK 2016: Celebrating womanhood
Miss Malawi UK 2016: Celebrating womanhood
Details for Miss Malawi UK 2016
Details for Miss Malawi UK 2016

Munthali said  the aim of the pageant  is  promoting Malawi tourism and culture in the diaspora.

He said women and mothers will spice up the catwalk “showcasing the true Malawian culture.”

Bowoyeke Munthali said  they want to celebrate the  symbol of love, emblem of delicacy, pattern of emotions and a mark of strength in womanhood and motherhood.

He said there are expected to be a number of conteststant for the crown which is currently being held by  architecture university student Thandi Mkandwire.

Mkandawire won the crown last year which also held in Northampton. She came first followed by first and second princess Ellen Gram and Mellissa Bonelli, respectively.

In 2014 the crown was won by  Rose Mmangisa while in 2013 it was  Alexina Phiri.

The show’s lead organiser said apart from the pageant, he wants to spice up the event with music performance of Malawian rapper fo the moment Martse and Kell Kay.

He said there will also be Malipenga and Azonto dancers.

“There will also be an after party at  Naami Kitchen and bar (formerly Punjabi by nature),” said Munthali.

During Malawi Achievers Awards UK 2016 edition, Miss Malawi UK banged the award of the event of the year.

Apart from having fun, Munthali said he is also committed to charity. He said  Miss Malawi UK pay for the orphans’ education.

Munthali said apart from committing to pay for the orphans’ school fees, the organisers will also motivate them to go further with their education.

And with television host Dr Pauline Long, Miss Malawi UK has been involved in helping support starving Malawians with maize donation.

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