Introducing the adult males in the Mr and Miss African Roots 2017 pageant

By Joanna Dhanraj

 

With August fast approaching, the contestants of the Mr and Miss Guyana African Roots 2017 pageant are busy perfecting their skills for their big nights.

The pageant is part of a week of activities aimed at reviving the African culture and will include a debate competition, an African Food Fest, Fashion Show and Art Exhibition, Dance Competition and Production, pageant nights and the grand finale of an award ceremony. Venue for the week of activities is the Theatre Guild, but may be subject to change.

The teen pageants are set for August 11, while the young adults will vie the following night…..

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