Here’s Everything That Happened At The First Ever Mr And Miss Albinism Beauty Pageant

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By: Philip Etemesi | 1 Month(s) ago

It was all pomp and glamour this past Friday at the Carnivore grounds as the first ever Mr and Miss Albinism beauty pageant was held.

That’s right. Since the beginning of time, there had been no other event like this. The event which ran under the inspiring banner “Beauty Beyond The Skin”, had contestants competing in different categories of their choice. By the end of the night, Jairus Jzay was crowned Mr. Albinism while Loise Lihanda was crowned Miss Albinism.

Check out some of the photos of the event:


1. The Vice President and the host did a dance.

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2. Contestants getting ready.

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3. Final touches.

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Image: William Ruto

 

4. All black pose.

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5. Army jungle green look.

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6. Male model doing his thing.

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7. Banter with a contestant.

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8. And a beautiful performance.

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9. The ladies in black rocked once more.

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10. The kids turned out in numbers too.

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11. One of the judges, fashion icon Robert Burale.

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12. She couldn’t believe it when her name is announced.

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13. Ladies and gentlemen, the first ever Miss Albinism, the gorgeous Loise Lihanda.

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14. And together with the first ever Mr. Albinism, Jairus Jzay.

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Congratulations to the winners. Kenya has indeed set the pace. Other countries should emulate this. Also, check out how these albino models are changing the perception of albinism. 

 


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