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Michelle Jeng, 2010 Crown holder of Miss Africa Scandinavia, visited Tanzania in June 2011. 

The following are pictures of her visit and contributions to Gongo la Bonto Bomb victims which was handled over to the Dar es Salaam Regional Commisioner, Mr. Sadiki. Ms Michelle also made visits and gave various presents to an Albino Centre in Dar es Salaam and an Orphanarge Center in Dodoma.

Michelle's grand arrival at the Mwl. Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam
Handing over cash collection from Sweden for Gongo la Bonto victims  to
Dar es Salaam Regional Commisioner, Mr Sadik

For more photos of her visit to Tanzania, please visit Missafricacrown

 

 Michelles Cortecy Visit to the Embassy of Tanzania in Sweden in 2010.

H.E Muhammed Mwinyi Mzale and Miss Michelle Jeng

The winner of Miss Africa Crown Scandinavia, Ms. Michelle Jeng, paid a courtesy call to the Ambassador of Tanzania, H.E Muhhamed Mwinyi Mzale on the 23rd February 2011. His Excellency Ambassador Mzale welcomed Michelle and congratulated her for winning the Miss Africa Crown Contest. He said that she is the public face of Tanzania in Scandinavia and hoped that she will carry the title with pride for Tanzania.

The purpose of her visit was to pay her tribute to the recent bomb blast in Gongo la Mboto, Dar es Salaam. Ms. Michelle Jeng, informed the Ambassador that she has opened a special account and deposited her contribution in order to help those who have been affected by this accident in Tanzania.

She also informed the Ambassador that she has contacted her fellow Tanzanians living in Sweden and friends of Tanzania to come forward, and support her to make a meaningful contribution that can help displaced children in Gongo la Mboto, Dar es Salam after the bomb blasts.

Ms. Michelle said,

“What happened in Tanzania after the Bomb accident is a problem for all Tanzanians. You can always make a difference. Even if a small effort doesn’t seem much to you it could mean the world to someone!”

The Ambassador Mzale appreciated her initiative and promised to offer her all the support she needs.

Ms. Michelle Jeng in cooperation with Miss Africa Crown Scandinavia organizers, African Monetary Fund/ Ritz Society, requests that cash contributions can be deposited in SEB Bank Account No: 5368 02 660 73, Michelle Jeng.  Contributors are requested to write their names when making this deposit.

The Embassy of Tanzania in Sweden fully supports this initiative and encourages all Tanzanians and friends of Tanzania to offer their maximum support to this breathtaking initiative.

For more information please call Ms Michelle Jeng on +46 (0)18 156630.

Embassy of Tanzania, Sweden

 

Miss Africa Crown Scandinavia, Michelle Jeng, at the TANZANIA HOUSE, Stockholm

Michelle Jeng, Miss Africa Crown Scandinavia 2010

Michelle Jeng and second runup, Ms. Hallex Berry when they attended the BFTA award in London 2010.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 13 August 2011 )
 
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