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Third Edition of Mr Ideal launched under the theme Health and Wealth

By Nathan Atiluk

In a December that is infested with mediocre events, only those that serve a wide array of entertainment will get an audience. And among the few that has excited revelers is Mr. Ideal Uganda third edition Launched.

Mr. Ideal Uganda is a male pageant which empowers male youths and encourages them in different challenges like health, fitness among others.

Just like other pageants that include Miss Tourism Uganda, Miss University, Miss Kampala and Miss Uganda have all brought a great impact on the economic development of the country through tourism among others.

Speaking at the press Launch, Fiona the C.EO of Mr. Ideal Uganda said that this year’s theme is Under ‘Health and Wealth.’ She also added that this season is different because previous editions have been dealing only on fitness and photos but this year it is all about health were the contestants will meet different people to talk and help them learn how to avoid diseases like AIDs among others.

“The reason why there are focusing more on health because of many raising rate of diseases in the country not only in ladies but also in men and they feel like youths are left behind that’s why they are using this year’s theme Health and Wealth that’s why were we want them to get involved more than modeling, fashion among others,”she said.

All constants will bring in their proposals and the winning proposal will be supported through workshops that they will be undergoing in different aspects of like farming among others.

This year they are focusing more on brains, not by body, looks but rather brains because they want this year to be so big.

Come 16th December Uganda will get Mr. Ideal Uganda.



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