My name is Tacy Gemma A and I am 21-years- old. I am currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Corporate Communication and Management at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture And Technology.
Why are you competing for Miss Africa Calabar 2020?
I purposely chose to take part in the Miss Africa Calabar 2020 because I believe in the spirit of Africanism which is the greatest pivot towards African unity in this day and age.
What solution would you offer for the challenges Africa is facing in terms of the COVID 19 pandemic and other health, governance, and environmental issues?
For the challenges that Africa is faced with today, I would recommend the unity of all African nations for her all-round development because that would connote diverse knowledge and resource input into building the continent.
What would you do with the prize money should you win and what project would you take on to impact Africa at large?
When I emerge Queen, I will focus on putting part of the prize money into my project of the unification of Africa by setting up forums of engagement within the major cities of Africa. Through that, I can tackle this sensitive matter from a mental perspective first because I believe that the mind is the powerhouse of all humanity.
As for the rest of the cash prize, I plan on getting into financial investments to secure a stable financial future.