A Model With Kenyan Roots Running for Miss World Sweden 2012

A 19-year old model with Kenyan roots and a resident of Stockholm, Sweden, Elisabeth Wangari Idestrom is running for Miss World Sweden 2012.

Wangari describes herself as having a positive outlook on life who likes to spend her free time dancing and spreading joy and inspiration to other young people through dance.

If she wins the pageant, Wangari hopes to work to help children and young people in poor countries around the world. She would like to help children and young people from poor countries get a good quality education and get to achieve their dreams.

The Miss World Sweden pageant will be held on April 23, 2012. The winner will represent Sweden in the Miss World pageant in Mongolia on August 18, 2012. The winner will not only receive $100,000 in prize money, but also get the chance to go travel the world for a year working with charities.
 

 

To vote for Wangari between now and April 23rd, go to http://www.missworldsweden.se/kval2012/elisabeth_idestrm.

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wangari i've been looking for you.Contact me as soon as you possibly will

0721-486136 dave

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uka tuhikanie kare..

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