In the effort to celebrate the Bicentennial 2022, which under the theme: “LIBERIA: THE LAND OF RETURN- which is celebrating 200 years of freedom and pan-African leadership”, and to celebrate and promote the year of diaspora return back to Liberia, the Ministry of Information Culture and Tourism and Melvin Freeman of XL-Entertainment, who is currently the franchise holders of Miss Liberia, finally hosted the “official Kick-off” for the 25th “Miss Liberia” last night, May 13, 2022, in Monrovia, Liberia at the Monrovia City Hall.
The country’s most prestigious pageant brought out some of the popular faces in the Liberian entertainment industry.
The event Celebrates and promote Liberia’s culture and tourism locally and internationally.
Although we were absent due to where we are based, however, it is reported that 15, (which is only one count to be equivalent to our 16 counties), of the queens were qualified.
And these are their names and respective counties:
Julia Moore of Grand Bassa, Veralyn Vonleh of River Cess , Christina Williams of Gborpolu, Linda Doe of Bomi, joicet Foday of Grand Cape Mount, Kindness Wilson of Grand Geddeh, Antoinette Benson of Sinoe, Linda Doe of Bomi, Favour Topoe of Grand Kru, Alice Rozel Quaye of Maryland, Rebeina Carson of Nimba, Kariah Dorley of Rivergee, George Bomah of Bong, Tracy Nagbo of Lofa.
Note: These two image (top and bottom) were taken on January 8, 2022, at Liberia Bicentennial 2022 Celebration Kick Off, which was hosted by The Ministry of Information Culture & Tourism at Providence.
The official event where, one of them will be officially crown, “Miss Liberia”, to represent our country on local and international stage is slated by July 23, 2022.
Note: This image was posted on April 13, 2022 on “Miss Liberia” official Facebook page. “The Minister of Commerce and Industry, Honorable Mawine Diggs, Deputy Minister Hon. Wilfred Bangura and Senior Advisor Roland W. Morris hosted Miss Liberia Contestants and Assistant Minister for Turoism Hon. Princess Turkolon, as well as Mr. Zubin Cooper, Mr. Randee Prowd & Mr. Melvin Freeman of XL-Entertainment (franchise holders of Miss Liberia)…”
Who are you supporting and can you guess who will be our new Queen?
Written by First Lady/ Augustina Kou Monpleh