President Uhuru is a lucky man. Today, he got to meet two beauty queens; Miss World Kenya 2015 Charity Mwangi and former Miss World Kenya Idah Ngumah.

There’s something special about these two amazing women. Earlier this year, I featured Idah among the Top 25 Most Promising Women in Kenya 2015.

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She has been engaged in a lot of charity work, her major engagement being working with Smile Train, an organization that provides free cleft and palate correction surgery.


22-year-old Charity Mwangi is a final year student at Kenyatta University. She is pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Public Health. She is the founder of Maisha Aishi initiative, which seeks to educate new mothers in Kenya on how to take care of their children in case of domestic accidents.

She will be representing Kenya in China at the Miss World finals on December 19th. The reigning Miss World, South African beauty queen Rolene Strauss will hand over the crown to the new queen at the end of the event.


I recently featured Charity on an amazing feature alongside other top Kenyan public figures, where she talked about the best advice she’s ever gotten from her mum.

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