Thursday, 06 July 2017 05:06

Miss Uganda North America 2017 Featured

UNAA Miami's curtain raiser this year is a revamped Miss Uganda North America, brought to you by Inzozi Fashion House in collaboration with UNAA.

North America's largest Ugandan social and business gathering, the annual UNAA Convention, will be held at the luxurious InterContinental Miami Hotel in America's most famous port city, Miami, Florida. The most exciting item on the menu is a revamped Miss Uganda North America beauty pageant, organized in collaboration with Inzozi Fashion House based in Austin, Texas.

"Miss Uganda North America is now more than just a beauty pageant." says Tibba Murungi Kabugu, the event's head of operations and founder of Inzozi Fashion House. "It is a Leadership Program. We will have 12 inductees from across the United States and Canada each year, and even though the main event is the beauty pageant, the leadership program will last for 6 months." This year's winner will win a scholarship. The winner and runner up will also be doing a cultural, tourism and community building tour of Uganda in 2018. "We are creating tomorrow's young women leaders, ready for the global stage and always giving back to Uganda."

Comedian Alex Muhangi and Face of Ankara Miami, Adoch, will co-host this year's event, which will kick off the weekend-long convention on Friday September 1st, 2017. Entertainment will be headlined by on-fire songstress, Swangz Avenue's Winnie Nwagi. Dubbed 'My Destiny, Unveiled' in testament to a newly-designed pageant and leadership program, the organizers are confident that this will become a tradition.

For updates, visit and follow @inzozifashion on Instagram, or Inzozi Fashion House on Facebook.


Julius Kabugu

Julius Kabugu is a seasoned Software Engineer. He's also a proud husband and father of 3. Outside these three jobs, he learns about cultures, listens to Dancehall music and studies photography.

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