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Mr and Miss Monitronics, a success

Mon, 30 September 2013 03:28
by Charmaine Ngatjiheue
Metro

The Monitronics Success College held its very first Mr and Miss Monitronics at the Zoo Park in Windhoek on Friday.
Top perfomers The Dogg and Gazza were at their usual best together with M’samane Niihana, while Berthold struggled.
Charlie B from Fresh FM was the MC for the night with the judges Marlene Mungunda, John Shailemo, Gloria Kavetu and Erastus Milton choosing George Mbandeka and Monika Clarke as Mr and Miss Monitronics 2013, respectively.
Among the prizes for the eventual winners was a laptop while the runners’ up walked away with different prizes among them tablets.
The First and Second Princes were Gelson Cunha and Jorge Carlos respectively with the First and second Princesses being Aline Morais and Josephine Hango.
Mbandeka is a 24 year Travel and Tourism student and Clarke is a 21 year old, Financial Management student from the college’s Walvis Bay’s campus.