Miss Mzuzu University Matofotofo is Wezi Lwara: Airtel sponsored contest

Mzuzu University (Mzuni) on Saturday crowned 21-year-old Wezi Lwara as the Airtel Miss Matofotofo.

Wezi Lwara Miss Mzuni Matofotofo
Wezi Lwara Miss Mzuni Matofotofo
Eliza Gondwe 1st-princess in Mzuni Matofotofo
Eliza Gondwe 1st-princess in Mzuni Matofotofo
Maness Salima
Maness Salima

The second-year Tourism student came top after outclassing four other contestants. Eliza Gondwe came second, while Maness Salima finished third.

Gondwe, 19, is a third year Nursing student and Salima, 18, is in her first year pursuing a Bachelors of Arts in Education.

Initially, there were six contestants, but the number was reduced after one contender pulled out of the competition.

During the contest, the girls paraded in office, traditional, dinner and casual wear, apart from showcasing their dancing talent.

Judges were looking at how the participants paraded in terms of body movement and gestures as well as presentation. There was also question time as part of the criteria used to determine the winner.

The Mzuni Airtel Miss Matofotofo was part of the college’s social weekend which started on Friday to Sunday.

The mobile phone service provider Airtel Malawi sponsored the event to the tune of K0.5 million.

The three finalists received cash prizes and Airtel hampers. Lwara got K50,000, while Gondwe received K30,000 and Salima pocketed K20,000.

According to Airtel Malawi, they sponsored the event as one way of giving back to their student customers at Mzuni, where they also had the chance to do activations and awareness on their mobile data services.

Apart from the Miss Matofotofo, the students also took part in several activities including gaming and dancing competitions. On Sunday the learners had time off campus and went on a trip to the lake, Chikale Beach, where they had swimming and drinking competitions.

 

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Triple B
5 years ago

Keep going guys u did great n awesome. Let thm achite tsanje poti ndi dziko la tsanje. Thy don’t want c others doing better. Thy always waitg to hear ur voice crying n c ur face dryd up with tears line.
Its painful to thoz who oz expecting failure from u guyz Am Happy with u guys keep it up.
#TRIPLE_B…
#FromSOUTH_AFRICA_proudly_MALAWIAN

Triple B
5 years ago

Its most wonderful n greatest to thoz who seat n watchg happening.
Its most painful to thoz who wasn’t expected you guyz to be successful.
U guyz did great it will give guits to thoz who still studying so thy will b on ur position.
21yrs still young, u hv done great before u get old. Teach ur future children as well.
#TRIPLE_B From South Africa
#proudlyMALAWIAN

KK
KK
5 years ago

Popanda akazi aku mwela, amanona ndi a ku mpoto.kikikiki

chidongo John
5 years ago

21years kukalamba kale chonchi kulili ataberekereko. Kunyasa kwake

Nyazgambo
Nyazgambo
5 years ago

Mxiiii! I want to vomit!!

Ernest Chiweza
Ernest Chiweza
5 years ago

If they can choose one,kaya poti makonda makonda buluzi anakonda khonda,may b athory can get thea b-lvd.

Zachisone
Zachisone
5 years ago

WINAYO SALI NDIPAKATI KAPENA KUNENEPA?

ALOSWEA
5 years ago

Kkkkkkkk hhhhhhhhh mmMmmmhu 2015 more drama ,I don’t have words to say kkkkkk ,I ll send K100,000 to each for courage not K20

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5 years ago

Can u stop this drama kulibeko oyera

sigweje
5 years ago

kodi okongola anatha ku nzuniko? komadi mbewa zikatha anona ndi aswiswiri.izitu nzoseketsa odwala ebola.

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