As the Mr and Miss Maseno Extravaganza nears, it’s imerging to be a two horse affair with Collins Gitali and Joash Onyango cutting the edge above other male contestants for the coveted title. This is according to an online survey that ranks their popularity highest among the contestants.
Collins Gitali is a former student at Kamusinga High School who is keen on winning the Mr. Maseno University Title. On the other hand, Joash is a former St Paul’s Uriri High School Student.
Collins Gitali is a 22 years old 3rd Year student at the University on the Equator taking a Bachelors Degree in education Majoring in Arts. He’s 5’11 tall and enjoys playing and watching basketball, modeling, socializing and going out on picnics. He derives his inspiration from JO Kisila, a Kenyan International model.
Joash Onyango on the other hand is also 22 years old but in his Second year of study persuing a degree in Communication and media technology. He’s 5’9 tall and enjoys playing basketball, singing, writing, modeling, reading novels and plying the guitar. He’s also a sngwriter. He writes for Magazine Reel and also owns a personal blog. God inspires him by providing him with the passion and skills.
Joash describes himself as a humble, outgoing and God fearing young man. “I like living my life littered with lots of complexities just to be a mystery to everyone I ever come across. This makes me feel set apart and unique from the crowd. I enjoy the fact that it doesn’t only one look for someone to get to know me. They have to dig into me, in order to get to know what comprises of me,” he says.
He wants to use the opportunity as Mr Maseno University to “give back to the society.”
Collins Gitali says he’s Passionate about fashion,Loving and Cultured. “I am keen on winning the Mr. Maseno University title. It is not an easy task since the other contestants are equally good, but I trust with the practice that am doing, and with proper judges and of course with Gods grace, I will make it”, he says.
Gitali says he is set to visit a children’s Home around Luanda as part of his charity activities. “To me Being Mr. Maseno is more than faces, but also about giving back to the society, that is both the Maseno and outside community, it’s about showing Kenya and the world that Maseno has what it takes.”
As the race to the most Covet Titles in the Maseno University Students Fraternity intensifies, we urge all those willing to be featured on Magazine Reel to contact us thruogh our Facebook Page or E-mail at email@example.com. We would be glad to feature your story before the beauty pageant that is set to go down in March.