Mogale to represent BW at Mister Atlas International

Taolo Mogale
Taolo Mogale

A few months after representing Botswana at the Mister Africa Continent pageantry, Taolo Mogale has been invited to partake at Mister Atlas International pageant. Mogale had scooped second prince title during the Mister Africa Continent pageantry held in Accra, Ghana in February.

“Following my good performance at Mister Africa Continent, I was eyed by the Mister Atlas International Pageant, of which they invited me to represent Botswana at their upcoming competition to be held in Guatemala City from July 27 to August 1, 2022. It's objective is to look for that gentlemen who will be the voice of the male person. We want to unleash the best in our male counterparts. We know they are intelligent and capable to be role models and game changers in the world,” he said. Mogale added that they wanted to diminish the narratives associated with males in matter of pageantry.

He said it was time the government sees the best in men and support them as per a girl-child being supported and recognised. He explained that he started pageantry at a tender age but never gave it his all at that time. Furthermore, he said as he grew up, he developed lots of love for fashion, seeing himself in runways showcasing different designs and that was when he joined Empire Modeling Agency. He added that he was groomed and perfected by the agency. He is currently a commercial and runway model who is still aiming for greater heights. He participated at Mister Africa Continent, which was held in Accra Ghana. He went there as the Botswana representative and said he was very proud and humble to have raised his country’s flag high as he became the second runner up after South Africa and Nigeria respectively.

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