With the promising partners on board, the first-ever Miss Uganda- Canada beauty pageant is anticipated to be one of the events to watch out for on next year’s events calendar.
The latest partner to join the pageant is celebrated comedian Alex Muhangi the brain behind Uganda’s biggest weekly comedy shows.

Muhangi has put pen to paper as one of the partners/ sponsors of the debut Miss Uganda- Canada beauty pageant slated for next year in June.

Comedy Store Uganda becomes the second Ugandan entity to partner with the Miss Uganda Canada organizers after Paris based fashion designer Stella Atal committed to sponsoring the event.

During a live Instagram interview on the Miss Uganda Canada Initiative page, Alex Muhangi, the Comedy Store CEO, confirmed that he will be hosting the Miss Uganda Canada beauty pageant next year.

Muhangi also confirmed that he will manage the entire entertainment aspect of the pageant. “It’s official, I am the talent manager/ liaison for Gisha Production Inc, the mother company of The Miss Uganda Canada Initiative. I am charged with identifying the right talent for the event. This partnership will also go beyond the event and help create avenues that will help promote Ugandan talents in Canada,” stated Muhangi.

Bettina Tumuhaise, the Brand and Marketing Manager for the Miss Uganda Canada Initiative, said the partnership with Comedy Store Uganda is an assurance that the event will have a proper Ugandan entertainment touch.

“Our wish was for us to have a pageant that is almost 100% Ugandan, and our partnership with Comedy Store is a sure way of achieving our desire. We’re very excited that Muhangi accepted to host the event and we can’t wait to unveil the line-up of entertainers for the event,” she said.

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On the other hand, the Miss Uganda- Canada Initiative, will host the Founder and Director of Miss Uganda-UK, Mrs. Jacqueline Dumba lives on their Instagram page tomorrow (Saturday, October 23, 2020) at 12pm Canadian time (7 pm Ugandan time).