President Museveni with Quiin Abenakyo after she received a medal on Women's Day. On the right, Miss World Africa giving her keynote address during the first Africa Now summit that was held in Kampala
The current Miss Uganda has about five weeks before she hands over the crown to another beauty queen.
Quiin Abenakyo represented Uganda at the Miss World Beauty Pageant in Sanya, China, after winning Miss Uganda 2018.
And while there, Abenakyo made Uganda proud by finishing in the third position.
The call is now on starting this Monday, if you've got what it takes, just pick up the forms as you could be the next Abenakyo.
This year's beauty contest will be held on July 26, 2019 at Kampala Serena Hotel.
"Miss Uganda has returned and the search is opening on Monday. If you have what it takes, pick up the forms and register," Brenda Nanyonjo said at a press conference yesterday.
"Unlike the previous year, we are to sieve two regional competitors in one day to beat time," She added.
Zari will be one of the judges this year like it was the case last year.
What has the Miss World Africa 2019 been up to in the last one year?
Quiin Abenakyo on a project to light 10,000 homes with solar power. Ex beauty queens Leah Kagasa and Phiona Bizzu give Quiin a solar panel for installation
Quiin Abenakyo, 22, beat 22 contestants to take the crown of Miss Uganda 2018/2019. The Business Computing student who hails from Mayuge District will now represent Uganda in the Miss World beauty pageant that will take place in China.
Quinn Abenakyo and the top two runners-up, Ahebwa Patience Martha and Trya Margach will go to the Netherlands, have a treat at Pineapple Bay in Bulago Islands and a one year gym session at Sheraton Hotel Kampala.
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