It is now official, the Miss Africa USA Pageant Organization is honored to have the first and only African Female King to grace the pageant grand finals, slated for Saturday June 29 2013 at the Fillmore Theater in Silver Spring, MD. King Peggy as she is known hails from Ghana and resides in Maryland, her story is similar to a fairy tale and indeed a book has been published based on her story (see below cover) with a Hollywood Film in the making already. King Peggy is an inspirational leader and Miss Africa USA Pageant Organization remains thankful for her endorsement.
King Peggy has accepted the Miss Africa USA Pageant invitation to Open the Show with Blessings from The Almighty who makes all things possible and She will also be appealing to the African Ancestors for their protection and Blessings. Her entourage for the June 29th Pageant will include members of African Royalty from Cameroon, Nigeria and other countries. King Peggy has commended the Pageant for empowering young women and giving them a platform to excel and also be of service to their communities in the US and the motherland.
King Peggy will be joined by several distinguished women leaders, African Diplomats from Washington DC and the United Nations, representatives from the Governor’s Office in Maryland and other VIPs, fans, supporters and friends of Miss Africa USA Pageant who will be attending this years event at the Fillmore Theater.
Please scroll down and click the link to watch the King Peggy Documentary on CNN to learn more about the First and only African Female King who is based in the United States of America but has control over her kingdom in G