Young and vibrant Kennedy Amadhila will be representing the land of the brave at the upcoming Men of the World scheduled to take place in the Philippines in July.
Talk about taking Namibia to the world with Kennedy! The 21-year-old student Kennedy Amadhila originally from Lüderitz has been selected to represent Namibia at the 3rd edition of Man of the world pageant and he couldn’t be more excited to hold the Namibian flag high as he is the first ever to represent the country.
Amadhila is a model and event planner who enjoys meeting new people and learning. He says modeling is all about one being confident and comfortable despite people’s opinions and this is one of the reasons he entered the competition. Amadhila is currently being represented Pageant Girls by Bobby K management is representing Tracy Kayofa at Miss Africa Continent in South Africa.
“It is about showcasing your true self in a way that is magnificent because you never know who your genuine self might impress or inspire. Debuting in the Man of the World pageant for the very first time already sounds challenging on its own but I am honored to represent the beautiful land of the brave at such an international platform and promise to deliver to the best of my ability,” he said.
Man of the world is an international pageant that advocates for international education and the masculinity with responsibility, this year’s theme is ” Heritage and Education” giving it participates the opportunity to learn and engage on a level of teaching and learning, the contestant period activities include a visit to schools and orphanages in the slums of the Philippines, talent competition, fashion show events, site seeing and interviews. Last year Vietnam’s Cao Xuan Tai won the title on July 14 besting out other 26 of the world’ most handsome men at a beautiful event in the Philippines.
Amadhila urges the spirit of love and support to continue and for the public to take the journey with him.