Buganda: The 1990s were a time of great change for the country. Charles Peter Mayiga urged the Misses to maintain good manners and use their appearance to gain opportunities.
He said that when he met with Miss Tourism in Buganda and Uganda, Ms Sydney Nabulya Kavuma and her entourage met this morning.
The Chief Minister said that even if a person is very beautiful but without character, his beauty dies, and asked them to protect their beauty from the bottom of their hearts; their brains by reading books and literature; their character, and keeping themselves looking good.
The Chairman of the Board of Traditional Affairs and Tourism, Mr Benon Ntambi, thanked the four parents of the Misses for their excellent preparation and support in their endeavours.
He said that they, as the Board, plan to set the stage by bringing tourism to the common person, so people understand the growth in their country.
He thanked Sydney for representing the Kingdom well and winning the national championship.
Sydney Nabulya is the Miss Tourism in Buganda and the whole of Uganda.
He thanked the Kingdom for giving him the opportunity and support to win over others from other areas.
She promised to return with a crown at the upcoming Miss Tourism World pageant in Malaysia.