Samboko Wins Mrs Botswana 2021-2022 Title

Mrs Botswana 2021 winner, Ambrosia Samboko (middle) with first and second princesses, One Segobye and Kearabile Kgwelokgwelo
Mrs Botswana 2021 winner, Ambrosia Samboko (middle) with first and second princesses, One Segobye and Kearabile Kgwelokgwelo

Ambrosiah Samboko proved to be the fairest of them all after she outshined fellow contestants and scooped the Mrs Botswana 2021-2022 beauty pageant crown.

The family woman had been proving that she got what it takes to represent married women across the country not only with her beauty but her brains too. From the early days of her journey towards the title, this intelligent and beautiful Samboko fought with her all to be the new queen despite competing against fellow talented, beautiful and intelligent women.

When selected for the top seven, she was asked what advice she would give to a married couple whose bedroom life is dead. She said she would tell them to communicate about everything that bothers them, ask them to seek professional help and talk to professionals like Dr Gure who could give them tips on how they could bring back a spark in their bedroom life. The question for the top five was what is their philosophy or value that they hold dearest in life. Samoko’s answer was: “Be kind because you would never know what the other person is going through.

You might be their last hope before they decide to take their life.” One Segobjwe scooped the first princess title. She was the people’s favourite and many expected her to win not only because of her intelligence, beauty and ability to catwalk on the ramp. She was asked if she had one wish that she would ask God to do for her and her reply, was for God to help marriages so that there would be no divorces. She said happy and healthy marriages result in children growing in a healthy environment while divorce damages them and affects loved ones severely.

“My philosophy or value that I hold dearest in life is honesty.

For you to progress in life you have to be honest. When you are honest people easily trust you and that can open doors of success for you and more opportunities can open up for you,” she confidently said. Kearabile Kgwelokgwelo won the second princess title. Asked about her opinion concerning what had been happening in the country recently, she said she was concerned about gender-based violence, which has been skyrocketing.

Speaking of her philosophy or value she holds dearest in life, honesty, she said it was life itself since it was a gift from God and no one had the right to take it away from a human being. Some of the women who made it to the top five and seven included Amuchilani Joshua, Masego Kgosimore, Itumeleng Mabutha and Portia Makgathong. The contestants also received special awards. Meanwhile, the event started late and the sound was terrible.

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