The grand welcoming bash

18 February 2020 | Youth

Mweshipandekas’ organising committee went all out as they decided to host a welcoming show for its new learners. The welcoming bash was beyond extra so, the 25th of January 2020, it exactly 19h00 the school’s main hall flocked with smiling Faces as all of the learners were awaiting an exciting night. The show kicked with Kati’s Finest performance with our MCs Martha Kateta and Mapaya Elwayno. Performances by Gucci Boys, Northern empire, Mario AKM fired up the night big time. Since the whole show was titled Ms homecoming the pageant was attended by Gold, Ruusa, Paulina, Claudia, Emma and others judged by 3 wonderful judges. The models presented themselves in traditional wear, summer wear, casual wear, sexy uniform and evening wear. At exactly 01:00 pm, the judges made their decisions, as Paulina first princess, Claudia as second first princess and our miss homecoming Ruusa. The night of entertainment went out of the ordinary accompanied by the laughter and it ended with excitementand a lot of happy hearts and everyone felt at home.

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