This may be one of the most inspirational stories you will read this today. Whatever you do well will definitely take you to greater heights.
Meet Leah Kalanguka, a former mushroom and poultry farmer who was crowned Miss Uganda following a major rebranding of the annual beauty pageant, which was designed to promote agriculture in the east African nation.
The 23-year-old beauty queen beat off 19 other finalists after a competition that saw the glamour of the catwalk ditched for an army-sponsored boot camp on a farm, where contestants had to milk cows and work with goats and sheep.
This event took place in 2014. It was not the usual western-style pageant with flashy dance-steps. It was basically agro-based, which saw contestants milking cows and working with goats and sheep.
Miss Kalanguka won that event and became a queen from the farm. This is a major way to boost agriculture in any nation. Miss Kalanguka’s achievement is a source of inspiration to many young girls who would now see agriculture with dignity and delve into it.