Ten young ladies from their respective Administrative Regions are on a quest to cop the coveted title of Miss Amerindian Heritage queen when the pageant is hosted on Saturday, September 17, 2022 at the National Cultural Centre.
The ten beauties have already competed in the indigenous challenge which was held at St Cuthbert’s Mission on Sunday last. The delegates were challenged to make cassava bread from scratch.
However, on pageant night, they will be competing in talent, intelligence, evening wear, traditional wear, and the intelligence segments. Tickets cost $5000, $3000 and $2000 and are available at the National Cultural Centre and the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs.