One of the leading banks in Sierra Leone, United Bank for Africa (UBA) congratulated the newly crowned Little Miss Africa 2022 in Uganda, Rejoice Terefa Kamara.

UBA Sierra Leone sent it profound message to Rejoice and her family for emerging as the winner. The Bank stated that they are giving back to the society as it serves as one of the sponsors for Rejoice. They also have bank account for the new celebrity with their UBA Kiddies Account.

The bank took to Facebook and writes;

“Congratulations to Rejoice Terefa Kamara for wining Little Miss Africa in Uganda

At United Bank for Africa (UBA), we are not only doing well financial but we also give back to society where the bank operates.

UBA Foundation is one of the sponsors that supported Rejoice Terefa Kamara on the just concluded LITTLE MISS AFRICA 2022 that took place in Uganda.

Terefa emerged as the winner.

The good news is, UBA is the first bank to open a Savings Account for this beautiful princess with our UBA Kiddies Account.

UBA is committed to being a socially responsible bank and role model for all businesses in Africa. As the Corporate Social Responsibility arm of the UBA Group, UBA Foundation is committed to the socio-economic betterment of the communities in which the bank operates, focusing on development in the areas of Education, Environment, Economic Empowerment and Special Projects. The UBA Foundation was incorporated in January 2004.

Rejoice is a 5-year-old and popularly known as Terry Kay. She is a musician, an actress and a model.

Rejoice Terefa Kamara is the first Sierra Leonean little princess that made it to the Continental Grand finale of Little Miss Africa 2022.

We congratulate her and their family for this achievement.” They concluded.

Rejoice Terefa Kamara popularly known as Terry Kay emerged as the winner of the 2nd edition for Little Mister and Miss Africa (LMMA) pageant that was hosted in Pearl of Africa Hotel in Kampala, Uganda on 15th April, 2022.

She defeated contestants like Ndaloenhle Lethabo Sibanyoni from South Africa, Abiol Joseph Malek Arop from South Sudan, Valeria Adoyo from Kenya, Basimallah Janat Matovu from Uganda and others. Her fellow Sierra Leonean contestant, Treasure Lucy Kalloa who is also a musician and model emerged as the 1st Runner up as the Top Model.

However, as one of the sponsors for the pageant, United Bank for Africa joined other Sierra Leoneans and congratulated Rejoice and her family for defeating other nations.