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Makalia Tucker crowned Miss Labour 2024

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by Eulana Weekes

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Representative for Constituency #3 Makalia Tucker was crowned queen at the Miss Labour Queen Pageant in St. Kitts on Saturday night, May 04, 2024.

 

She won three categories, Best Motivational Speech, Best Performing Talent, and Best Evening Wear.

 

Parliamentary Representative for Constituency #3 said “Village again” as he spoke of victory for his Constituency in yet another event since he took office in 2022. He also acknowledged Tucker’s support team.

 

Minister Maynard said, “Big up once again to her incredible Chaperone Team Lead, the indomitable Jessica Jeffers. You guys pulled out all the stops to make this a memorable and fantastic victory! Much Gratitude is extended to the Constituency #3 Executive and Working Groups for their tremendous support and also to the sponsors who contributed to [making] Makalia’s performances fit for a QUEEN! Special thanks must be given to her entire family for the amazing unwavering and ever-present support they gave her, especially her mom Saneka and grandmother Zelda. What’s great is that Makalia is not only a beautiful and talented Queen but [that] she is also excelling in her Academic Studies. We wish her all the best in her upcoming exams at the CFBC(Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College).”

 

There was representation for the Miss Labour Pageant in all 8 constituencies in St. Kitts.

 

The First Runner Up position was awarded to Kiaunna Pemberton of Constituency #8.

 

The Second Runner-Up position was awarded to Miss Samya Parris of Constituency # 6, whilst the Third Runner-Up went to Venesha DeSouza of Constituency #4.

 

The other beauties were Dariolys Mota of Constituency #7, Ju’Daronique Powell of Constituency # 5, Jutambien Kelly of Constituency #2 and Zakiya Archibald of Constituency #1.

 

Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis and Leader of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party Dr Terrance Drew expressed Congratulations to the Labour Queen and described the Pageant as spectacular. He lauded the organisers for “a well-produced show of fine quality” and praised the contestants for “bravely and admirably” representing their respective districts.

 

The Miss Labour Queen Pageant was held at Carnival Village.

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