Kuna Taberia Kiruwi Accountants & Advisors (KTK) has jumped on board to support the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant.
The firm has sponsored a contestant, Esther Aiga, as Miss KTK.
Miss Aiga comes from a family of five and is a Senior Work Permits and Visa consultant at Pelamor Consultancy Service, a small SME Company, owned and operated by her mother.
As part of her campaign, the three key aspects Miss Aiga aspires to advocate on are Education, Health and Safe sex education.
Also present at the launching of Miss KTK was reigning Queen, Miss Kellyanne Limbiye, who spoke of empowering other young women to pursue education for a better life.
Chairperson of the MPIP PNG Committee, Mrs Molly O’Rourke thanked KTK Associates and Advisors, as well as Miss Aiga for supporting the pageant and the cause it stands for.
Yesterday, cooperate apparel and fashion wear company, trading as After Dark Fashions, announced its contestant, 26 year old Rachel Ezekiel.
A total of six contestants have been confirmed to participate in this year’s pageant.
The crowning ball of the pageant will be held on November 11th at the Crowne Plaza in Port Moresby – the winner of the quest travels to Fiji to contest against participants of the neighbouring Pacific countries.
In PNG’s six years of participating in the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant – Abigail Havora is the only contestant that has claimed the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant title in year 2015.