Achan Nhial Bol and Robert Ssekamaanya were the lucky ones when Victoria University held this year’s beauty contest at the scenic Speke Resort Munyonyo.
Nhial Bol, a student of bachelor of nursing sciences, won Miss University. Ssekamaanya, a student of Science in Oil and Gas, won Mr Victoria University.
Nhial Bol, a South Sudanese defeated five other girls to become queen of Victoria University. She replaces Namuli Precious Priscilla whose came to an end.
Leah Kagasa, the reigning Miss Uganda, led a panel of judges who presided over the pompous function. Ssekamaanya defeated three others to become king of his University.
Other notable awards of the night included Miss and Mr congeniality, popularity, creative and culture.
The event's sponsors included Speke Resort Munyonyo, Mpaka Records of Ykee Benda, International School of Modeling, Joram Model Management, Calabash Spa and Saloon, Yvonnetash, Awesome Beauty Parlour, and NBS TV.
The University promoter Rajiv Ruparelia and wife Naiya attended the glamorous event where singer Ykee Benda of Mpaka Records performed energetically.
Victoria University, is one of the best universities in Uganda, and stands out as a centre of academic excellence. It offers a fresh and intellectually stimulating environment that nurtures critical thinkers.
The university was opened in August 2010 and has the capacity, the facilities and determination to revitalize higher education in Uganda and in the region.
The University has four faculties - Business and Management, Health Science, Humanities and Social Science, Science and Technology.
It also has a department of Petroleum and Gas. It offers masters, bachelors, diplomas, certificates, short courses and foundation courses for international students.
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