The Miss All Weather beauty pageant organised under the Treat Her Like A Lady campaign, which is pioneered by Heathen to Brethren (HB2), has attracted nine contestants who will battle it out for the K5,000 prize money at the grand finale next week.
H2B founder Lee Mulapani told the Weekend Mail in Lusaka that Diana Lungu, Edna Kalumba, Jannette Jasmine Tatalias, Josephine Mutale, Mary Stephen, Ndanji Nakamba, Precious Mubanga, Sellah Chiminsa and Thoko Emma Changufu will be contesting for the Miss All Weather crown at Bongwe’s Big Bush in Lusaka’s Roma on 9th July.
“The ‘Treat Her Like A Lady’ campaign has been on the road in search of beautiful young ladies to be ambassadors and the voice for teenage girls and women across the length and breadth of our beautiful country Zambia and beyond. Each one of these ladies is beautiful in their own way and represents a particular type of girls/women. Supporting them will help create a better world for teenage girls and women,” Lee said.
The Treat Her Like A Lady campaign is aimed at creating a better world for women believing that every woman has the right to be happy.
“Imagine a world where every husband is faithful to his wife, respects her, appreciates her and puts in genuine effort just to put a smile on her face… A world where every child respects, honours and appreciates their mother… A world where there is zero gender based violence. That world is possible. Heathen to Brethren (H II B) is here to make that world a reality,” according to its official Facebook page.
Lee amplifies more on the Miss All Weather pageant.
“[The] Miss All Weather is a beauty pageant aimed at promoting beauty of all shapes and sizes, under the ‘Treat Her Like A Lady’ campaign. This year’s pageant has nine ladies of different shapes and sizes competing for the K5,000 grand prize and the Miss All Weather 2016 crown,” he said.
“Our main objective is to help women and girls know their worth, know themselves and know their valuable place in the world as leaders and world changers. That way, cases of gender abuse will reduce. Each finalist will showcase how a lady ought to dress and still look beautiful despite the weather type [winter, autumn, summer and spring].”
The guest judge will be the current Miss Zambia Michelo Malambo. There will be great musical entertainment by some of Zambia’s best mix DJs and performers.