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Miss Liberia Returns From Uganda - Stops in Ghana

Miss Liberia, Wokie Dolo
 Wokie Dolo has concluded her week long tour in Uganda, and is expected to arrive in Accra, Ghana today, to meet with her Ghanaian counterpart.

During her visit to Uganda, she celebrated  African month through humanitarian outreach programs,  interacting with teenage mothers at the Remnant Generation, distributing educational materials to orphanages. She also visited the Liberian community along with Miss Uganda.  Her tour climaxed with the Keith heart foundation, where she participated in a car wash to help raise funds for unprivileged children that suffered from heart disease.

 During an interview in Uganda, she stressed, “The essence of the tour is to break the stereotype among African Queens, noting that the act of being a beauty queen is to help fix each other crown not to discriminate because of on religious beliefs, country of origin, economic background or race but we should embrace our black girls magic beyond boundaries. I love my Africa.” 

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