Mobile giant and event sponsor LIME indicated that the beauty queen would host the 2015 event.
“I’m coming to St. Kitts to host the 2015 LIME Miss BLACK SAN’ Swimsuit Pageant,” said Husain.
The queen, who was the highest placed Caribbean representative at the 2014 Miss World Pageant, said she is proud to be a part of the community service that the Black San’ community festival undertakes.
“I’m pleased about the community service that the SPIRIT group has been doing so far, and I am very happy to be a part of the well-renowned BLACK SAN’ Festival, specifically the LIME Miss. BLACK SAN’ Swimsuit Pageant as the host,” Husain added.
The LIME Miss BLACK SAN’ Swimsuit Pageant is said to be the Federation’s premier pageant of it’s kind, and it “has fielded an impressive slate of hosts since its inception and this year promises to be no different”, according to an event release.
SPIRIT President Alanderson Selkridge expressed the group’s gratitude to the various government ministries for their partnership in the endeavor.
“As we strive towards broadening our portfolio, we are always eager to partner with all government agencies, groups and individuals in bringing awareness to the many social ills which plague our society. BLACK SAN’ remains one of the unique instruments that we utilize to empower the members of the community towards positive social change,” Selkridge explained.
The Guyanese beauty queen continues to champion her platform of Domestic Violence, by introducing a number of initiatives in her homeland to help push the ‘BLUE BEAR’ campaign including a ‘I COMMIT TO’ bracelet, a symbol of hope and in addition to establishing an empowerment center.
“I hope that my trip will inspire women across the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. I am excited about the opportunity to work alongside the Ministry of Gender Affairs to help push the ‘BLUE BEAR’ campaign, especially since I’m very passionate about working with young people to educate them about domestic violence and recognizing its early signs. I want to thank everyone who played a role in making my visit to the lovely St. Kitts possible, in particular the St. Kitts Tourism Authority.
“To the Sandy Point SPIRIT group, you’ve done a fantastic job in the community, and I look forward to sharing in Black San’ Bang-a-Lang,” she commented.