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Belinda Makerere Gradaute Wins Miss Curvy Uganda 2019

After much criticism of miss curvy that Mugoma swallowed the pageant forward, 25-year-old, graduate of Makerere University Belinda Nasasi won on Friday.

This inaugural Miss Curvy Uganda pageant registered Belinda in Uganda history of first successful miss curvy event that earned her recognition and grand prize of a Jeep Cherokee.

Belinda Nansasi who resides in Kitooro-Entebbe was declared Miss Curvy Uganda 2019 at Imperial Royale Hotel, beating 24 other contestants to the crown and grand prize after a the ladies completed a series of cat-walking the runway in different attires and a brain battle answering questions from the judges.

Belinda could hardly control her emotions as she was read out overall winner at the culmination of the three-month journey that has proved a baptism of fire for the pageant –many Ugandans castigated the pageant upon its launch back in February.

Government  Chief-whip Ruth Nankabirwa, flanked by Tourism Minister Godfrey Kiwanda and Miss Curvy Uganda CEO Anne Mungoma, crowned Belinda and handed her the keys to her grand prize Jeep Cherokee.

The runners-up were: 1st Runner Up –Praise Nansamba; 2nd Runner Up –Mariam Namukasa.

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