For 'Miss Earth 2018 Pageant: Who Represents Liberia?...As Several Beauty Queens Line Up

For the latest Miss Earth Beauty Pageant which is scheduled to be held in Mamila, Philippines, in October 2019, an array of young, gorgeous, and talented Liberian girls from leading universities and colleges in the country are preparing to compete with their counterparts from other countries worldwide for the coveted, prestigious, and influential Miss Earth title.

Already recruitment for Liberia’s representation in the world’s beauty event has begun in Monrovia under the auspices of LA Queen Entertainment, in partnership with Miss Liberia, Madam Wokie Dolo.

The Miss Earth Liberia 2018 Audition (test), is being held under the theme: “Goddess of the Earth,” its sponsors, have disclosed.

According to Miss Liberia, Wokie Dolo, the audition exercises are ongoing and that seven young and beautiful Liberian girls have so far, participated in the first audition exercise held on Sunday, September 9, 2018, at the Boulevard Palace Hotel in Sinkor, Monrovia.

She named those who participated in the first audition as Farsina P. Farmah, a senior student, majoring in Accounting at  Cuttington University; Queen Malofo M. Donzo, senior student, reading sociology at the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU); Pricilla Godwin, junior student, reading Biology at the United Methodist University (UMU) Sandra Sando  Sombai, senior student, reading Biology at the United Methodist University;  Princess Blama, Freshman, majoring in Mass Communication at the African Methodist Episcopal Zion University; Joicet Foday, majoring in Science and Technology at the Starz College of Science and Technology and Eva W. Biyie, senior student, majoring in Management at African Methodist Episcopal University.



According to Miss Liberia Wokie Dolo, who is also National Director for Miss Earth Liberia, the recruitment exercises are still in motion and that lovely and talented female Liberian university students across the country are being encouraged to participate in the audition so as to represent the country in the global competition.

Miss Dolo also indicated that in the recruitment process, premium is being placed on “the beauty of the mind, body and soul.”

According to the Miss Liberia, the second audition is expected to be held in October, 2018, and the winner from the second round would merit the representation of the Liberian nation in Miss Earth Beauty Pageant in the Manila, Philippines.

Miss Dolo also underscored the need for Liberians at home and abroad to support the country’s participation in the competition to enable the country showcase its reservoir of talents based on the beauty of the mind, body posture and shape, soul as well as articulation.

She specifically called on the Government of Liberia, headed by president George Manneh Weah, non-governmental organizations, and other Liberian stakeholders to ensure the participation of the country in the competition.

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