Lachaeveh Caizarine Jamestina Dumbuya a final year student of Mass Communication Department, University of Makeni has won this year’s 2022 Miss UNIMAK
Lachaeveh Caizarine Jamestina Dumbuya displayed traits of an ambitious, energetic, determined, goal-getter, smartness, and organized with unwavering support from students and fans at this year’s Miss UNIMAK
Lachaeveh Caizarine Jamestina Dumbuyais a dual citizen (Half Ghanaian/Half Sierra Leonean) who has lived to witness pageantry as fun but a charismatic challenge, this could blossom as a passion and will be watered till it becomes a career she can fully embark on. Lachaeveh Caizarine Jamestina Dumbuya contested for the 2021 Miss UNIMAK but didn’t win.
Read also: Sierra Leone’s 20-year-old Shalom Prosperia Emmanuella John Excels in Miss Earth Pageant in the Philippines
During the campaign, Lachaeveh Caizarine Jamestina Dumbuya reveals that she epitomes herself as young lady who adores entertainment.
“I epitomize myself as a young lady, who adores entertainment and embraces a fanatical interest in relation to pageantry,” she said.
Born by a Ghanaian mother and Sierra Leonean father, Lachaeveh Caizarine Jamestina Dumbuya brought happiness into the lives of this humble family. The stepping feet of her educational journey started in 2003 at King Herman Preparatory School and later enrolled in Life of Light Preparatory, New England Ville, Freetown where she showcased her intelligence by attaining one of the best results during her NPSE. Subsequently, she received her junior secondary school education in 2014 at the renowned Beacon High School, Freetown. Enjoying the privilege of a dual citizenship, she moved, in 2017, to continue her schooling in Ghana at Supreme College International, Kumasi. While there, she was spiritedly involved in a series of competitions such as Debating, Cooking, Dancing, and writing competitions. In 2018, she graced the halls of Christian Service University to pursue an undergraduate degree in Communication Studies. Never wanting to rest on her laurels, this bubbly young lady switched this course to online in order for her to simultaneously pursue another course in Sierra Leone. She is currently a sophomore at the University of Makeni studying an honors degree in Mass Communication.