Midlands Arts Awards organiser tries out modelling

The Chronicle

Mthabisi Tshuma, On-line Reporter

Quick-rising arts fanatic Farai Chigumbu who’s the brains behind the Midlands Royalty Arts Awards (MRAA) has included in his arts profile, the artwork of being a mannequin.

The teen who appears to be a jack of all trades can also be a grasp of all as his first stint on the ramp noticed him put up present. He charmed judges to be topped Mr Valentine Zimbabwe after outshining different contestants at an occasion held in Mutare just lately.

For his maiden look as a mannequin, Chigumbu managed to stroll away with grand prizes that included journal options, a one-year modelling photoshoot, model ambassadorial roles for 4 corporations and a modelling contract.

Chigumbu stated he has set his eyes on realising his potential on the ramp.

“I’ve all the time been somebody who’s desperate to check out one thing new within the business and this time round, I’ve determined to concentrate on modelling. I’m glad I took this determination because it has yielded fruitful outcomes. Being topped Mr Valentine Zimbabwe has helped me to grasp my price as a mannequin however above all, I see this achievement as a means for me to develop.

“It has additionally inspired me to realize extra within the modelling business,” he stated.

Chigumbu stated as a mannequin, he’ll proceed to uplift societies.

“As Mr Valentine Zimbabwe, I’ve so many tasks lined up for the yr. The primary mission that I’m engaged on is Youth for a Change. It’s a three-month marketing campaign and mission which is especially specializing in making a secure setting for the youths. This mission primarily seeks to advocate psychological well being, drug abuse and youth empowerment,” he stated. – @mthabisi_mthire





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