This year South Sudan’s representative to Miss Earth is gorgeous Aluel Siran Samuel Majak. The 18-year-old high school graduate was born in Khartoum, Sudan and went to school in Uganda.
Siran wants to study Interior Design once she joins University later this year.
Miss Earth is an international pageant that promotes environmental awareness, so Miss Siran had this to say when contacted by TOJ.
“If I win Miss Earth I will promote groups [that prevent] water pollution, air pollution and soil pollution, I will try my level best to motivate young men and women for planting trees so that we keep our environment green,” she told Talk of Juba.
“I will bring big rubbish bins in each and every area for keeping trash so that we maintain and keep our mother earth clean,” she concluded.
The 14th Edition of Miss Earth 2014 will be held in Manila, the Philippines from November 5 – 9.
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