A radio DJ with the celebrated UK based internet radio, Radio 247 Malawi has won this years Miss Malawi UK title.
In a contest that took place in the city of Birmingham, Rose Mmangisa aka DJ Rose emerged the winner after impressing the judges.The Birmingham event was organised by Henry Ngwira and Kondi Munthali of H &K Events and also at the event was Malawi’s top Musician Mlaka Maliro. Malawians from different Uk Cities including people of other nationalities graced the occasion as the Malawian beauties showcased their modelling talents on the catwalk.
Expressing his excitement, Radio 247 Malawi’s Publicist and Head of Business Development Chalo Banton said “ Rose Mmangisa winning the crown is fantastic news for our radio station, we knew she would make it as she is intelligent, talented and beautiful. He went further to say the whole 247 malawi team will work with her through her term to help make her reign memorable and of impact to Malawians and people of other nations.
In her statement, the new Miss Malawi Uk thanked everybody who stood by her and believed in her.
Malawi president Peter Mutharika today left Malawi at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) for New York to attend the UN general assembly.
Speaking to reporters before boarding the plane, Mutharika said“The United Nations’ (UN) Post-2015 Development Agenda is among the huge plans for the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) We will discuss issues surrounding the post 2015 agenda under which one aspect is to do away with HIV and AIDS by 2030,” said Mutharika who further added that there will also be talks surrounding programmes on how women welfare can be enhanced.
The Post-2015 Development Agenda is UN initiative which gears towards acceleration of progress on the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) in the after-2015 era.
The President also said though much could be boasted about as regards success in some MDGs, there is still work to be done as regards the remaining goals of which he said Malawi is capable as long as enough resources are made available.
Mutharika seen off at the airport by Vice President, Saulos Chilima, some senior Government officials and party functionaries.
UNGA is an annual event where Heads of State from UN member states converge and discuss assorted topics of programmes on scale-up development to uplift the lives of people in the world.The President will return on September 30, 2014.