Ugandan singer, Iryn Namubiru, has taken to her Facebook to compel social media users to put their multiple ‘fake accounts’ to good use by voting for Uganda’s representative at the Miss World Pageant, Quinn Abenakyo.
The 68th edition of the Miss World Pageant comes of this weekend, December 8, 2018 in Sanya, China and excitement in the country is at fever pitch after Ms Abenakyo became the first ever Ugandan to earn a slot among the Top 30 finalists for the competition.
22-year old Quinn Abenyako out-maneuvered several of the 118 initial pageants to join the finalists, and a combination of wits, athleticism, talent and beauty has marked her out as one to make the biggest impression out of the 21 African contestants at the pageant.
And that’s why Iryn Namubiru is eager to help in any way she can. The 36-year old ace singer jokingly published this post yesterday on her official Facebook
Irene Namubiru Morel
Yesterday at 4:01 AM ·
Put Your Multiple Accounts ( “Fake” Accounts” for some) to Good Use! VOTE FOR MISS UGANDA in the Miss World Contest. 🙏 You can easily sign in with INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK or GOOGLE Account.
Let’s make UGANDA PROUD.
The move is perhaps aimed at helping Ugandans to identify the right voting platforms after Ms. Abenyako reportedly expressed worry that several Ugandans were voting on sham websites instead of authorized online sites missworld.com and missworldvote.com.
Still it is good to see the gorgeous songbird in high spirits just two weeks after false rumours circulated that she was one of 32 people who lost their lives in the infamous Lake Victoria tragedy. The star was one of several revelers on the lake but escaped unharmed although several others either perished or suffered injuries after a faulty cruise boat capsized.
Meanwhile top singer, Eddy Kenzo, has also joined the Quinn Abenyako praise train applauding Uganda’s Miss World Contestant for her efforts. Kenzo has also hinted of his intention to release a tribute song in memory of revelers who perished in the Volta Lake tragedy.