Reigning queen of Blantyre City Hannah Mhone is expected to attend The Come Alive Conference in Blantyre which among others things she is going to lobby for the agenda to keep girls in school.
The organisers have invited the Blantyre queen as one of role models for young people who are expected to attend this conference.
Conference organiser Yolanda Katsonga-Phiri said the event aims at helping people to realize that Jesus has a place for them and that He wants to use who they are, what they do and life experiences to bring Him glory.
“We’ve recognized the many initiatives that Hannah Mhone has been doing which is in line with Come Alive as we are equipping and empowering people to go out and make a positive impact in their world which she is already playing a part” said Phiri
“On her part Mhone said the conference compliment miss Blantyre initiatives which among others keeping girls in school project
Mhone also concurs with the Come Alive conference in one of their topical issues which is self-identity and purpose.
“Everyone has a purpose in life, we just have to go out there and explore ourselves. And there are times we feel insecure but we have to realise that insecurities will always be there, hence we have to use them to strengthen ourselves” said Mhone.
Commenting on the need for youth to embrace self-identity as advocated for by the Come Alive conference.
“I believe the conference shall address insecurities and mysteries surrounding life decisions vis-a-vis the need for God to always come first in all important choices and decisions young people have to make,” said Mhone
Mhone was also invited to attend the Welcome to the World Festival in Salima organised by Love FM Community radio on the same day
Miss Blantyre Manager Regina Nzima thanked both the Come Alive Conference and Love FM Community Radio for considering and recognising efforts that the Blantyre queen is making.
Nzima disclosed that that very soon, they will be announcing audition dates for the new cohort of ladies to contest in the 2017 Miss Blantyre episode.