Kadijah Robinson thought about dropping out of the Miss Jamaica World competition, when she felt overwhelmed by the travel expenses. She is now saying “God brought her through and she is very happy. She was crowned Miss Jamaica World 2018 at the end of the grand coronation show at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston.
The Physical Therapist who works in the Black River Hospital in St. Elizabeth, decided to put everything into winning; but now she says it was worth it. She is looking forward to give some more of herself to her country now.
The 23-year-old winner is a Hampton School graduate who studied Physical Therapy at the University of the West Indies for 3 years.
She has promised to use the platform to encourage and inspire whomever she can, whether boy, girl, woman or man. She is also thinking about the promotion of her project “Helping hands in the Community” this will be good for St Elizabeth. Persons will be encouraged to use their skills to gifts to help their communities, and to increase exercise awareness across the island.
She will represent Jamaica at the Miss World finals in Sanya, China in December. The contestants who made the top five were Hamilton, Robinson, Lewis and Thelwell. The coronation show was under the theme “Purposely Beautiful” and it went well Brand Jamaica was on show, Crown of Beauty Jamaica were the organizers and they must be commended.