Maggy Molele currently leads with votes as number one of the MissJozi 2018 Contest.
CRMagazine had a conversation with her and this what she had to say.
As it stands, I am currently on the number one spot of the MissJozi 2018 contestants out of an overall number of 150 contestants. As we are approaching the end of voting (30th September 2018, 11 pm), I am appealing to all of you to vote one more time to increase my chances of emerging victorious. I am deeply grateful for your support in all your ways.
Behind the number spot far lies our collective efforts of family, friends, fellow students, colleagues. It is the messages of support and encouragement as well as your votes that urges me to plea to all of you to continue voting so that we could maintain this spot.
You are still welcome to vote, support, mobilize family and friends to vote for me. You can vote as many times as you can, for the sake of convenience you are also welcome to send me Vodacom airtime on this number (0824772183) via transfer, WhatsApp or SMS if you do not have time to vote. You may also inbox me the airtime.
So far I am learning so much about myself in this journey. I have discovered things about myself that I never knew I am capable of doing. In many ways than one the MissJozi journey has revealed to me my greatest fans, supporters, and cheerleaders. This made me realise that I am not alone in this journey.
I have personally learnt that pageantry is not just about looks, it requires leadership and political skills, even when you look ‘beautiful,” people do not care, they want to know why they must vote for you. I realised that one has to have good communications skills, one has to have substance and content, clarity of thought and purpose. I share the same sentiments with what the masses are looking for in a MissJozi. If and when I win, I will make it my responsibility to change the narrative about pageantry, to turn it to a platform to impact lives and change society.
I am learning and appreciating every moment of this process
I have learnt to have organising skills when I had to organise volunteers to help me campaign at Wits University. When I had to find a sponsor to print posters for me, when I had to find a sponsor print t-shirts for me, when I had to ask for someone to sponsor me with pictures and videos during the campaign. It took me courage and strength to risk failing, to break out of my shell, to move out of my comfort. I took that step and ever since I started I appreciate the process more than what the outcome may be.
Thank you all for your love and support.
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