Miss Liberia To Co-Host Miss Pan African Beauty Pageant, Leaves For Nigeria Today
Miss Liberia 2017 Wokie Dolo leaves today for Nigeria where she has been invited to Co-Host one of Nigeria biggest and most coveted pageant the – Miss Pan African Queen Pageant. The Pageant is organized by the Miss Pan African Organization based in Lagos, Nigeria.
Ms. Dolo has been invited because of the outstanding qualities that she continues to exhibit, setting mentoring standards for young females in Liberia and the rest of Africa. It can be recalled that Ms. Dolo became the Winner of the NAESIM Awards Miss African Queen of the Year 2018 in Lagos, Nigeria essentially because of her ability to reach out and influence the lives of young people which has uplifted lots of girls’ talent locally and Internationally.
At the pageant also, is Tribeau Brown who is Liberia representative at this year pageant, which begins early next week in Lagos, Nigeria, and ends on November 11th, 2019.
Meanwhile, a four persons Liberian Delegation to the Pageant from La Queen Entertainment, which is owned by Ms. Dolo, has arrived in Lagos, Nigeria, to provide support to Ms. Brown and build up their experience in the management of pageants.
Ms. Dolo is the Founder/CEO of La Queen Entertainment. One of the recent events sponsored by La Queen Entertainment was the Miss Earth Liberia 2019 Pageant held at the Executive Pavilion in Monrovia on April 20, 2019..
As Liberia’s foremost pageant organizer, La Queen entertainment has over the last few months provided traveling opportunities for beauty Queens to represent Liberia at major international pageants.
While in Nigeria, Miss Dolo is also expected to co-host MAYA AWARDS AFRICA on November 17, in Abuja.
Upon knowing of Ms. Dolo’s Co-Hosting role in the Pan African Queen Pageant and The MAYA Awards Africa, many persons have taken to social media to wish her well. When Ms. Dolo returns to Liberia, she will continue to be busy on the prevention of garbage diseases and other societal ills, especially those affecting young people.