Muwanguzi Wins Miss ISBAT University as Bahebwa Inherits the Throne

Muwanguzi Wins Miss ISBAT University as Bahebwa Inherits the Throne

Muwanguzi Wins Miss ISBAT University as Bahebwa Inherits the Throne

Being a brand ambassador at the college level has nothing to do with how attractive or attractive you are. How you interact with other students and the administration, learn about your school, practice integrity, and be effective and intelligent in daily life all come down to your heart and head.

These were a few of the topics that Mr. and Miss. ISBAT University 2023/24 grand finale was centred around. The university’s April 29, 2023 auditions produced 12 contestants and 12 finalists for the title.

Every candidate had a chance to advance to the finals held last night at the venue because it was the first edition.

On a well-lit and decorated white stage, the contenders were featured. They had to perform in casual clothing, cultural and artistic wear, and evening gown and dining attire. Apart from competing for the same crown, some of the contestants entertained themselves by miming, such as Micheal Akugizibwe, who mimed his namesake, Micheal Kitanda’s Naki song, before the performance by Crysto Panda, the day’s guest artiste. Jerusha Muwanguzi smiles after being crowned Miss ISBAT.

Following the contestants’ profiles and performances in several categories, a five-judge panel led them through a question-and-answer session based on their intelligence and reasoning. The candidates’ scores were determined by how they answered the questions, with each having two minutes to do so.

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The final challenge of the contest required each contender to choose a random number printed on paper from a raffle box, with the numerical question read out to them by the judges. The questions concerned the university and its administration.

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After about 40 minutes of tallying scores, Micheal Akugizibwe was the second runner-up in the king’s category, and Ssali Remmy Kiggundu was the first runner-up before Joshua Bahebwa won the Mr ISBAT category.

Rebecca Namutebi finished second in the queen’s with an average score of 82.0, followed by Penny Naigaga in first place with 87.2 and Jerusha Muwanguzi in first place with 88.0. The winners and first and second runners-up received cash awards, while the remaining entrants received gift hampers from MTN Pulse, one of the event’s sponsors.

Manzi Kagina who was one of the judges said the reason contestants had little knowledge about social issues was because they don’t read.
“If you want to be a leader, read as much as you can to be aware of what’s happening around the world. Secondly, it is not easy to speak in public but you have an opportunity to speak every day in your classes. If you have never spoken in class, you may not manage to speak elsewhere. Use the opportunity in class to speak before your colleagues to gain the confidence to speak before the public,” Kagina urged the contestants and other students.

Rebecca Namutebi finished second in the queen’s with an average score of 82.0, followed by Penny Naigaga in first place with 87.2 and Jerusha Muwanguzi in first place with 88.0. The winners and first and second runners-up received cash awards, while the remaining entrants received gift hampers from MTN Pulse, one of the event’s sponsors.

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