Monday 19 October, 2020

WATCH: Schoolgirl performs tribute to Miss World, Toni-Ann Singh

Screengrab of Ngozi Wright, 7, in a tribute video to newly-crowned Miss World, Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica.

Screengrab of Ngozi Wright, 7, in a tribute video to newly-crowned Miss World, Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica.

Seven-year-old Jamaican schoolgirl, Ngozi Wright, who became a viral sensation last month after her anti-violence address to Parliament, is trending again on social media, this time in a tribute video to the newly-crowned Miss World, Toni-Ann Singh.

In the two-minute video, Ngozi performs a poem penned by her father, Omall Wright - more popularly known as Majah Bless - in tribute to the Jamaican beauty queen who defeated 110 competitors from around the globe to win the coveted title on Saturday at the Miss World pageant in London, England. 

Watch the tribute to Toni-Ann in the video below.

 

"What a joy it brings when Toni-Ann Singh sings; praises to the Kings of Kings when Toni-Ann Singh wins," she states in the chorus of the poem.

Ngozi and other Jamaican children grabbed the headlines last month when they pleaded with parliamentarians to do more to end violence, especially that which directly affects them, during a historic sitting of the House of Representatives.

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