The screen siren represented Kenya at the Miss Universe 2019 pageant which went down on 19 December in Seoul, South Korea.
"Being a model has been the best thing that has happened to me. It allows me to be someone I am not every day," she said after her win that saw her succeed the former Miss Universe 2018 Wabaiya Kariuki.
“I’m so happy! I want to thank everyone who supports my journey and above all, I want to thank God because this battle was also fought on my knees!” she said.
In 2017, the angelic, pristine, and poised beauty queen was crowned the Face of Nairobi Top Teen Model and in the following year, her beauty was captured from different conceivable angles when she became the first runners up in the Few's Next Face 2018.
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