Who is Pamela Uba? Bio, Wiki, Age, Miss Ireland

Pamela Uba Bio/Wiki

Pamela Uba, a medical scientist, was crowned Miss Ireland at an outdoor event in Cavan on Sunday night, making history as the first black woman to win the contest. Pamela Uba became the first black woman to be named Miss Ireland on Sept. 5.

She has crowned Miss Ireland and received the golden tiara at an outdoor event in Cavan, making history for the beauty contest, which has been running since 1947.


She is 26 years old.

How Pamela Uba Become First Black Woman Miss Ireland?

During the epidemic, Uba worked as a model and a medical scientist before becoming a beauty queen.

She left Johannesburg, South Africa, when she was seven years old, as an asylum seeker hoping to start a new life in Ireland.

Uba told the Irish Times that she found it “abnormal” that she “couldn’t hear gunshots” when she first arrived in the nation. She admitted that when she eventually acquired her Irish passport, she “cried.”

Uba said, “It means so much to me,”

“I am so grateful I can show girls that [color] is not something that holds you back and it doesn’t matter where you come from, the world is your oyster.”

Uba, the oldest of six children, said she grew up in many cities, including Dublin, before settling in Ballyhaunis, County Mayo, with her mother and siblings for ten years.

Also Read:  Gloria Pépin (Jacques Pépin's Wife) Biography: Wiki, Age, Death Cause

Uba will compete in the 70th Miss World pageant in Puerto Rico in December, representing the nation of potatoes and Irish whiskey.

Uba said, “I can’t even describe how excited I am to represent my country on such a huge platform. I can’t wait,”

Uba intends to use her title and position to offer the world a more diversified picture of Ireland. She said, “I’ve experienced racism, and it’s horrible to hear people telling me to go back to my country when I’ve worked so hard to make Ireland my home,”

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *