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Tracy Kayofa the Desert Queen to represent Namibia at Miss Africa Continent

It is that time again for one of the most anticipated continental beauty pageants and it is safe to say that Namibia is in good hands. The feisty and ambitious first-year student Tracy Kayofa says she has been putting in all the work necessary so she can bring the crown home.

Tracy who is represented by Pageant Girls by Bobby K will be the second the third queen to represent the country at the platform after Miss Namibia 2015 Steffi Clint and 2018 Miss Namibia second runner up Kabuba Namukokoba. For the first time, a Namibian representative is being sent by Pageant Girls by Bobby K to take part in the pageant from 20 to 28 May in Johannesburg.

Miss Africa Continent is an annual international beauty pageant run by ProAct Communications. Along with Miss World, Miss Universe and Miss Earth contests. Miss Africa Continent is prone to be one of the largest beauty pageants globally and one of the most anticipated beauty pageants worldwide.

he pageant mission is to become a leading female event that grants young African women access to world limited resources and improve their living standards. Miss Africa Continent main objective is to accelerate African young women’s social and economic empowerment by providing the platform to engage with global streamline economist through mentor-ship programs.

“The Desert Queen as they call me is going to bring the crown home. I believe in being a helping hand and I want people to know that charity is not all about materialistic things but lending your voice and ears is good enough, sometimes a friend is all they need,” she said.

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