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Men of The World, Namibia pageant to continue

Men of the world Namibia pageant has gone against odds to make sure a young, handsome and hardworking men puts the country on the map of the world.

The peagent opened for entries in March befilore being derailed by COVID 19.

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Organisers however told unwrap.online that all is now on the mend.

So far organisers have stream lined their participants from 50 to 10 who stood out.
“Once they win the man of the world Namibia, they will immediately begin their journey,”said the pageant director Scout Bobby Kanjosa.

He added that national selection will be on 1 July and the winner will travel to the Philippines for the fourth annual man of the world.

Photo: Instagram

The international organisation has pushed the pageant to October 2020 to observe the virus closely and adhere to the international travel ban regulations.

Hosted every year, the pageant aims to bring awareness to the importance of world education.

Last year award-winning Kennedy Amadhila represented the country at the showcase in the Philippines.

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