- Published on Sunday, 19 May 2013 11:09
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Lanky Immaculate Lojuki was yesterday crowned the City Unduk Ngadau at the Kaamatan Carnival 2013, outshining 14 other contestants to take the Diamoney crown worth RM8,000, a cash prize of RM4,000 as well as RM3,000 worth of jewellery.
The 20-year-old beauty who towered over other contestants at five foot eight would be representing the city in the state level Unduk Ngadau finals.
The first runner-up was Hemy Manjadi, 23, who received a cash prize of RM3,000 as well as RM2,000 jewellery, a crown worth RM6,000, a trophy, a sash and a handphone. She would also represent Likas in the state finals.
Second runner-up Ashley Selvi Ravindran, 21, received RM2,000 cash prize, jewellery worth RM1,500, a crown worth RM4,500, a sash, a trophy, a handphone and would be representing Tanjung Aru in the state finals.
Meanwhile, third runner-up Roseanne Tay, 22, received RM1,000 cash prize, RM500 jewellery, trophy, a sash and the right to represent Inanam, while fifth placed Pathlyn Leosie M Mikat received RM500 cash, RM500 worth of jewellery, a trophy and a bouquet.
Three subsidiary prizes were also awarded at the event, with Immaculate taking Miss Personality title that came with RM1,000 worth of jewellery.
The Favourite and Aramaiti title went to Ryannie Neils Yong, 18, while the Miss DiGi title went to Stacey Elev Baritus Gungkit.
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