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The search that was carried out in Mbale, Jinja, Bushenyi, Mukono and Kampala schools as finalised on August 31, at Kati Kati which saw Patience Ahabwe, a S.4 student from St. Joseph’s Nsambya emerge winner as Monica Namulindwa from Seeta High School emerged first runner up and Linda Guhirwa of Mt. St. Mary’s Namagunga as second runner up.
While handing over prize money to the three girls at Kampala Serena Hotel, Berna Kizza, Mirinda brand manager, said hosting the girls to a luncheon and rewarding them was a way of Mirinda fulfilling the pledge it made at the launch of Mirinda Miss Teen in May.
“The Mirinda Miss Teen was an exciting competition and lots of great talent in arts, music, fashion and design was exhibited. Following that, three girls came on top and were rewarded at the grand finale. Today is the completion of the pledge we made to them before the competition started,” Kizza said.
The handing over ceremony was attended by parents, guardians and friends of the three girls who witnessed Patience take her school fees worth Shs 2m, Monica Shs 1.5m and Linda Shs 1m.
As if that wasn’t enough for these beauties, they were also given an offer to appear on some of the Mirinda communication material like billboards and TV adverts.
Innocent Tibayeita, the head of sales and marketing Crown Beverages Limited, said they injected Shs 350m into the competition.