Precious Namuli Priscilla was crowned miss Victoria University 2018 at Kabira Country Club Bukoto. The gorgeous lady competed with 5 others and she emerged winner in a hotly contested pageant that was organised by the UNiveristy student Guild.
Zachariah Deng who is also a Foundation Program student emerged as the first runner up while Napeyok Joan emerged as the second runners up.
Judges of the night included Miss Uganda 2014- Leah Kalanguka, Miss Uganda 2008 – 1st runner up Miss Diana Kahunde and Professor Lawoko Dean of health sciences Victoria University.
After being declared winner, Namuli said that she always wanted to be a better version of herself. “I promised myself that in college I wanted to become a better version of myself, I realized I can do anything I put my mind to, and putting that thought in my head led me to be in the pageant.” Precious said.
Namuli and her colleagues were rewarded with gift hampers following their victory.
In attendance were Dr.Krishna N Sharma, the Victoria University Vice Chancellor as well as other beauty queens from IUEA University, St. Lawrence University, Guild members from Cavendish University and Kampala International University. The audience was entertained by musicians Mark Wamono, a vocalist and 1der Jr, a rapper.
It should be noted that Victoria University is strategically and centrally located in the heart of Kampala on Jinja road making it easily accessible by students and teaching staff. It has over the years invested heavily in state of the art facilities to offer quality education.
The courses offered and the qualifications are designed to meet the needs of the market place. The Institution has established links with a number of corporate companies and they do constantly review their portfolio to ensure that it meets both student’s requirements and employer’s needs.
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