Prison Beauty Queen Emerges in Kenya

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The beauty queen

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The beauty queen

Ruth Kamande has been crowned Miss Lang’ata Prison after a beauty contest in the prison, which is in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi.
BBC

She told the BBC’s John Nene that she “didn’t expect to win because there was stiff competition”.

“My victory has boosted my morale despite the tough life inside here but I have learnt a lot. I will strive to be a role model to my colleagues here on remand,” she said.

John met her today when she was back in her remand clothes.

He took a picture of her (centre) with the first runner-up Tina Martin (left) and the second runner-up Susan Wairimu (right)

Ruth Kamande (middle) and other runners-up

Ruth Kamande (middle) and other runners-up

Ms Kamande is waiting for her trial for allegedly murdering her boyfriend.

The Star newspaper reports that she is accused of stabbing him 22 times.

Source: BBC


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