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Morema to contest in global pageant


Mosele MorenaMohalenyane Phakela

LOCAL beauty, Mosele Morema, will fly to Prizren, Kosovo today to compete in the Miss Freedom of the World 2015 pageant which will be held from 17 to 31 August.

Morema will be representing the country against 21 contestants from around the world in the fifth instalment of the glitzy pageant.

The 22-year-old stunner is a second year student at the National Health Training Centre studying nursing. She is also the current Miss Lesotho second princess, an accolade which landed her the opportunity.

Speaking in an interview with Xpress People on Friday, Morema said she is more than prepared for the pageant and is intent on bringing it home.

“I feel so honoured to have the privilege of representing my country at an international level,” she said.

“Although this is quite a challenge, as I will be competing with people from all over the world, I believe I have what it takes to bring the crown home as I have been preparing since March when I became aware that I would compete in it.

“I also did my research to check its genuineness since human trafficking is now commonplace.”

The Sehlabeng, Thuathe-based beauty has been in the catwalk game since 2012 when she became Face of Mapholi Natural Spring Water first princess and Miss NHTC in 2014. Although Miss Freedom of the World 2015 is her first international pageant, Morema believes she is ready to take on the world.

“I may have a little experience in the pageantry industry, since this will be my fourth contest, but I believe in myself and I am sure that I will definitely win the contest,” Morema said.

“Apart from the opportunity of winning, the pageant will also equip me with various modelling skills and experience. I will also receive coaching at the international level.”

She added that contesting various pageants had completely changed her life and personality.

“Growing up, I was a very shy and a quiet person. I gained confidence when I competed in my first contest. I am sometimes surprised by the bold smile that I carry around. My life has really changed,” said Morema.

“I do a lot of community work by helping the needy and motivating other young ladies who aspire to be where I am today.

“Since I am working towards having a nursing career which will entail working with different people, I will continue to inspire other girls to work hard in ensuring that their dreams turn into reality.”

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