Lesego Chombo ranks 9th in Miss World 2023 predictions


Miss Botswana, Lesego Chombo, has been prominently positioned as number nine on popular beauty pageant vlogger, Alvin Sebertero's 6th leaderboard for Miss World 2023.

In a recent interview with MmegiOnline, Ambrosia Samboko, the spokesperson for Miss Botswana, said the endorsement of Sebertero further solidifies Chombo's position as a formidable contender for the Miss World 2023 competition. "Lesego is ready for the journey to begin, and we can't wait to have her represent our blue, black, and white nation," said Samboko. Samboko expressed unwavering confidence in Chombo's readiness to take on the challenge of Miss World 2023.

The spokesperson highlighted the tireless efforts of the Miss Botswana organisation in preparing Chombo for the global stage, emphasising their strong social media presence and visibility as frontrunners in the competition. "We have been working tirelessly to prepare for the world stage, and at this point, we can confidently say that we are ready to take on the 71st Miss World stage," Samboko stated. Samboko emphasised the importance of rallying behind Chombo and showing support on the official Miss Botswana page on Facebook. "It is crucial for the nation to unite and contribute to Lesego's success on the global stage," Samboko urged. "We urge Batswana to rally behind Lesego Chombo and show their support on the official Miss Botswana page on Facebook," she alluded.

Chombo is set to depart on February 16 on a journey to the 71st edition of Miss World in India. The grand finale of this event is scheduled to take place on March 9.

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