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Seychelles Tourism Ambassador in Zambia stages first ever Miss Junior Seychelles Zambia

Seychelles Tourism Ambassador in Zambia stages first ever Miss Junior Seychelles Zambia ( The Seychelles Tourism Ambassador in Zambia has come out with such an amazing initiative to propel the spirit of unity within Seychellois living abroad and promote the sense of patriotism among citizens in Diasporas. As Seychelles celebrated its national day on June 29, a group of Seychellois families living in Zambia got together for a first of a kind, Miss Junior Seychelles Zambia.

Aimed at encouraging children aged 3-12 to use their imaginations and present something unique about Seychelles by relating them to the national day event, Miss Junior Seychelles Zambia attained, according to Jimmy Butt, the Seychelles Tourism Ambassador in Zambia, its core objective of “making the children proud to be Seychellois.” The young and enthusiastic contestants battling for the title of Miss Junior Seychelles Zambia took turns identifying the colors of the Seychelles’ flag and talked about their favorite creature found in Seychelles.

The winning title went to Ariana Butt. According to her dad, Jimmy Butt, Ariana who “loves tortoises” spoke passionately about her favorite creature and “almost got all the colors of the flag correct.” During the event, the little contestants also took turns answering the parents’ questions about Seychelles to entice them to “develop and maintain the love of their native country.” They were asked to pick a song and paraded in an outfit of their choice. “Ariana impressed everyone by choosing Joe Samy song, Bienvenue Seychelles. She won the biggest applause and was pronounced Miss Junior Seychelles Zambia!” Jimmy Butt said.

This event score high, creating a sense of patriotism among the children. “We wanted to share with our children and bring to the attention of all Seychellois families living abroad that we can and should find ways of celebrating National Day in a way that makes our children proud to be Seychellois,” said Mr. Butt.

Mr. Butt said it plans to bring the event to a larger scale in 2016.

PHOTO: Ariana Butt


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