Mr Kevin Oduor Owiti, 21, Kenya’s representative to the Mr World Pageant, knows that a man, too, has beauty and a purpose. Mr Owiti is in Southport, the United Kingdom, contesting in a pageant that seeks “the world’s most desirable man”.
The third year Business Management and Economic student at the Catholic University in Nairobi, standing at 5’9″, is confident he is that ma.
“I AM HUMBLED TO BE REPRESENTING MY COUNTRY AT THE WORLD FINALS AND I HOPE TP BRING THE CROWN HOME,” Said Mr Owiti. “SINCE I TOOK THE NATIONAL TITLE, I HAVE BEEN PREPARING MYSELF PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY WITH THE HELP OF SOME MENTORS, WHO HAVE HELPED ME TO BECOME A BETTER VERSION OF MYSELF”.
Mr Owiti finds himself having to define the role that many assume is about being fashionable and showing muscles.With the high-octane buoyancy of the young, Mr Owiti is most certain of his talent. Speaking with a certain wisdom and rhythm of a seasoned poet, his face lights up an impossibly perfect set of teeth.
He holds a steady, level and interested warm gaze and speaks with a confidence that is equally self-effacing. Modelling is an aggressive and competitive business but he believes that there is room for more men.
I WISH HIM ALL THE LUCK IN THE WORLD IN REPRESENTING OUR COUNTRY
Source: Kenya’s Daily Nation Newspaper