Angella Summer Namubiru has been announced as a winner in the 2022 E! People’s Choice Awards. The Ugandan TikTok beauty queen stole the first position as African Social Star 2022. This did not come easy though as she competed against other serious contestants like Ama Qamata, Dr. Shauwn Mkhize and Khanyi Mbau. The first runner up in the competition is Sphokuhle while the 2nd runner up is Liquorose. Voting was carried out entirely online and Angella says she is thankful to God and everyone who participated in the voting process. This announcement came in at 10am EAT via the E! Entertain Africa page.
The People’s Choice Awards is an American awards show dating from 1975, which recognizes people in entertainment. The nominees amreceive votes online by the general public and fans. This year’s edition is to take place on Wednesday, 7th December 2022 live on E! E is an American basic cable channel which primarily focuses on pop culture, celebrity focused reality shows, and movies. It directly runs and operates under the NBCUniversal. The channel is famous for the popular TV Reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Angella Summer Namubiru is a Ugandan actress, model, media personality, content creator, and TikTok star. She is famous for vlogs and TikToks through which she narrates her daily life in rural Uganda to over 5.7 Million followers. Yes, she is the most famous person on TikTok in Uganda!
Through her fashion and jawdropping beauty, she advocates for social issues like awareness on the health dangers of skin bleaching, equal rights for women and children. She also pushes for access to clean drinking water and protection of the environment. Angella is the co-founder of Blacare, an NGO and community defending the same causes. According to E!, Angella will be live on their screens this December 2022 for global viewership. You can follow Angella Summer Namubiru on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram and YouTube.
John Kenny Adeya is the proprietor and author of Kampala Edge Times magazine and has won a couple of awards for fighting negative social behavior such as corporal punishment against children. He is a Ugandan journalist focused on spreading positive information about Africa.