Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Gender Minister Olivia Grange have both congratulated Toni-Ann Singh on her copping of the world title for 2019 in the Miss World Competition.
Singh was named Miss World during the crowning ceremony in London.
The Prime Minister noted that Toni Ann displayed poise and excellence throughout the competition and her display on the final night for all the world to see was superb and well deserving of victory.
He added that Toni Ann represented herself and Jamaica well, as she articulately conversed with Piers Morgan, speaking eloquently about her passion and being an example for women, saying that Toni Ann’s win gives us much to celebrate as a nation as we move into the festive season.
And………Gender Minister Olivia Grange says the nation is walking on air, especially the girls at the Women’s Center of Jamaica Foundation in St. Thomas, where Toni Ann has been working in partnership with the Ministry, to make a difference in the lives of the young girls who attend the center.
Ms. Grange states that the nation looks forward to her year as Miss World.
Toni Ann becomes the fourth Jamaican to claim the Miss World crown, in the 69 year history of the organization.