The vibrant city of Mbarara witnessed a spectacular display of style, talent, and youthful exuberance as students from various schools across western Uganda gathered at KOSIYA Hotel for the highly anticipated Hi Skool Kiromo Mbarara Edition.
This event, hosted by MC Ollo and powered by NBS TV, Afromobile, Sumz Snacks, Mirinda, and Country Cinema, brought together holidaymakers in Mbarara for a day of fashion-forward fun.
The atmosphere was electric as students from different schools showcased their unique fashion statements, style and talents. The event was a melting pot of trendy styles, as young fashion enthusiasts strutted their stuff in new and innovative ways.
It was a testament to the creativity and individuality of the students, who took this opportunity to express themselves through fashion.
One of the highlights of the day was the inter-school competitions that added an element of friendly rivalry to the event. These competitions were not just about fashion but also showcased the diverse talents of the participating students in music, dance and modeling. The results were nothing short of impressive:
Najjumba Zahara, a student at St. Elizabeth, was crowned Miss High School Western Uganda, capturing the hearts of the audience with her grace and poise.
MC Jojo from Mbarara Secondary School claimed the title of Best MC in Western Uganda, demonstrating exceptional hosting skills. Students from Ibanda Secondary School took home the award for Best Instrumentalist, showcasing their musical prowess.
Mbarara High School wowed the crowd with their exceptional dance moves and won both the Best Dancer and Best Fashionista titles.
Mbarara Secondary School shone on the stage and was recognized as the Best Rapper.
Shivan from St. Elizabeth was celebrated as the Best Model, impressing the judges with their charisma and runway presence.
Deo Klein from Ntare School not only won the Best Model Group award but also took home the title of Best Fashionista.
MC Ronah from Heritage School was honored as the Best Female MC, proving that talent knows no gender boundaries.
Despite the unpredictable weather that brought rain, the event continued unabated, with a stellar lineup of student performers taking the stage and big artists From Fik Fameica to Crysto Panda, Anknown to Liam Voice, Victor Ruz to Omega 256, and Benty Boys to Kataleya and Kandle, the audience was treated to a dazzling array of musical talent and performances. These young artists demonstrated their commitment to their craft, even in adverse conditions, and received an enthusiastic response from the crowd.
Hi Skool Kiromo Mbarara Edition proved to be a celebration of youth culture, talent, and fashion. It showcased the boundless creativity and potential of the students in Western Uganda while providing a platform for them to shine.
This event would not have been possible without the support of its sponsors, including NBS TV, Afromobile, Sumz Snacks, Mirinda, and Country Cinema, who contributed to making this day unforgettable. As the sun set on this memorable occasion, it left behind a trail of inspiration and a promise of even brighter futures for the young talents of Mbarara.