Remember the row over Miss Uganda 2010 when Hazmie Nansubuga, 25, was crowned at the Imperial Royale Hotel? Many who attended did not agree with the final decision and the Judges also disclosed that they had unanimously chosen Aisha Nagudi instead.
Well, Joyce Church, who holds a Miss World licence for the event, said she had powers to over rule the judges. The ghost of her decision has now returned to haunt her.
At the Miss World 2010 pageant in Sanya, China, last Saturday, our own Nansubuga put up a dismal performance. She was not anywhere among the first 40 winners in all the seven categories.
By press time no one had commented about her on the Miss World website. Meanwhile, Miss US, Alexandria Mills is the new Miss World 2010. The runners up are Ema Vareus from Botswana and Adriana Vasini from Venezuela.
In the other categories, Beach Beauty was won by Yara Lasents (Puerto Rico), Sports Beauty, by Lori Moore (Northern Ireland), Top Model by Miriann Birkedel (Norway), Talent, by Emma Britt Waldron (Ireland), and Beauty with a purpose by Natasha Metto (Kenya).
Even last year, when Church organised Miss Uganda, there was controversy after the winner Maria Namiiro, turned out to be a UK citizen and part of the organisers of the event.
Miss Uganda flops at Miss World beauty pageant