Miss Universe Kenya organization held the 2021 edition finals yesterday night where contestants from all over the country competed for the national crown and at the end of the event finale, Roshanara Ebrahim was crowned the new queen.
Roshanara is 28 years of age and an author, Kenyan television personality, and international model. Not new to the pageantry, Roshanara is former Miss World Kenya 2016 but was stripped of her title following a series of controversies. The stunning beauty began her career as a model at the age of 6. As a professional, she is also a Quantum healing and hypnosis practitioner and meditation instructor.
“My name is Roshanara Ebrahim and the most unique thing about me is my linguistic eloquence, my intention to spread positivity everywhere I go, and my deep and intimate love for humanity”, she started off in the short clip that was shared by Miss Universe Kenya.
“My expectation for Miss Universe is to spread positive change everywhere I go and to make women understand that women have a voice to exercise the full potential of our passions and inspirations”,
Roshanara has become the first Kenyan pageant queen to have won both the Miss World Kenya and Miss Universe Kenya contests. Adding to a list of her achievements, Roshanara is the author of the book Beyond The Darkness – The strategic guide to the new earth. It is based on spirituality, self-help, and a happiness guide that elaborates on deep esoteric concepts with a touch of her life experiences.
The contestants who competed at Miss Universe Kenya 2021 were Roshanara Ebrahim, Deborah Asiko, Maymuna Abdi, Maren Clera, Esther Ochieng, Olivia Njoroge, Charity Wijass, Sheila Agola, Doreen Akinyi, Paskaline Jebet.
“When I win the global pageant, I will uplift and empower my sisters, the ones we have been on this journey with, and together as a team we will inspire women in leadership and take up space in the digital era”.
“I hope to be a global ambassador to the causes close to my heart and leave this world better than I found it. This is my legacy as Miss Universe”,
Roshanara will represent the country at the 70th global Miss Universe competition in Israel in December.
In 2016, Roshanara was stripped of her title as Miss World Kenya after it was cited that there was a breach of code of conduct and contract after details of her personal life emerged online causing a stir. Evelyn Njambi went on to become her successor as Miss World Kenya 2016.
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