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Law student, Eyes Crown

Miss Formscaff  Zeba Ali, is one of the 12 Queen contestants vying for the Queen’s Crown at this year’s Vodafone Hibiscus. Her advocacy message is on animal welfare and her
08 Aug 2018 11:18
Law student, Eyes Crown
Zeba Ali

Miss Formscaff  Zeba Ali, is one of the 12 Queen contestants vying for the Queen’s Crown at this year’s Vodafone Hibiscus.

Her advocacy message is on animal welfare and her reason for choosing that advocacy message was because she loves animals and hoped to see them free from cruelty.

The 23-year-old from Laselase, Sigatoka is a final year law student at the University of the South Pacific.  and is a former student of Sigatoka Methodist College.

Q & A with Miss Formscaff


WHAT WAS YOUR REACTION WHEN YOU WERE APPROACHED TO BE A CONTESTANT? 
I was very excited.


WHAT WAS YOUR MOTIVATION FOR ENTERING THIS YEAR’S HIBISCUS?
My motivation is my grandmother.


WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO AT THE FESTIVAL?
I am looking forward to conveying my message to the public on the importance of animal welfare together with climate change.

HAS IT EVER CROSSED YOUR MIND WHILE GROWING UP, YOU WOULD ONE DAY BE A PART OF IT? 
I have always watched the festival over the years and wished to be part of it. It was a privilege to get selected.


WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITES?

Quote: Mahatma Ghandi “ a nation can be judged by the way it treats its animals”.

Food:  Cheese cake.

Song:  I like spiritual songs.

Movie: Movies of Salman Khan.

Edited by Percy Kean

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