Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Miss “Malaika”: An Angel brightening for hope
By Mugume D Rwakaringi, Juba-Sudan
Size: 6'0", 1'81CM
Hobbies: Meeting friends, Travel and watching movies & Football (Especially Premier League)
Education: Masters, Accounting & Finance
Miss Malaika, Nok Nora Duany 25 was born in Juba but spent most of her time in USA where she acquiring her masters in accounting and Finance from Georgetown University.
She has worked for GoSS and operates private business. With the help of her family, the reigning Malaika started Sports Revolution, which organises basketball tournament and other sporting activities for young Southern Sudanese where local talent is spotted and sent for further training abroad.
The outgoing Miss Malaika 2009 will end her reign with a 5/10 KM walk/race which which will start at Nyakuron cultural center on November 21, 2009.
Miss Malaika 2009, Nok Nora Duany will use this race as a kick-off start to raise funds which will be used for girls’ education promotion in Southern Sudan under her founded NGO Sports Revolution Girls.
Foreigners to participate in this event will part with 50 SDG where as Sudanese nationals will pay 10 SDG with all precedes going for this charity.
There is on going registration taking place at The Ministry of Commerce and Industry which will continue up to the event day.
Malaika is a swahili word which means an angel! Ends
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