that may be!
At first, I hesitated about applying to be a contestant for the Face of Kenya as I had ony viewed it as a beauty pageant forgetting that there is a lot more to it than that.
"Change your MIND and it will change your LIFE! Sometimes we need to re-evaluate
how we're thinking to get to where we want to go!"
Now, that may seem 'far fetched' however, it helped me remember what the pageant stands for and, as Kenya is my homeland I want to take this opportunity to give back.
I believe as young men and women, we have a lot of potential to make our home a better place and a fine example of this is a show called 'Young Rich'. It presents the young and successful Kenyans who are making a positive impact in Kenya and I, would also like to be one of those people!
Regardless of whether I win or not, my goal is to fundraise for Ingrid Children Education Centre.
I strongly believe that education is a right, not a priviege and what this charity does is focuses on improving over 150 childrens lives by running a feeding program as well as; giving informal education.