African heritage pageant to be staged during African roots week

Auditions are being done for a pageant that is being touted as ‘one of a kind’ as it caters for three category of persons – teenagers, young adults and seniors – who will all use the same stage over a three-day period to face off for the three crowns.

Persons of African heritage and are interested in being part of the Mr. & Ms. Guyana African Roots pageant can be part of the audition that starts today and continues tomorrow at Queen’s College.

The pageant allows persons from age 13 to age 50 to enter one of the pageant categories: Teen (13-19), Young Adults (20-34) and Seniors (35-50).

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