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Kampala - The Ministry of Tourism has added curvy and sexy Ugandan women to the list of tourism products to attract tourists. The beauty queens in sleek and revealing clothes, kept moving around Mestil Hotel pool side as they took photos with the event organisers including Mr Kiwanda. Most tourists visit Uganda to tour national parks for diverse wildlife species such as gorillas, birds and other animals.

They also love viewing the River Nile, crater lakes and mountains, among others. Curvaceous women as a product, is the latest attraction the ministry hopes to attract more tourists and increase revenue earnings.

Ms Ann Mungoma, the lead organiser for the beauty ant, is optimistic that when these ladies flaunt their endowments, it will enhance the visibility and appreciation of Ugandan people. Only those aged 18 and below 35 are eligible to participate, organisers said. Asked if the ant does not offend the conservative culture of Ugandan society, Mr Kiwanda said Uganda has long appreciated smaller bodied women as a hallmark of beauty and the curvy ant is just another campaign aimed at appreciating beauty in diversity. Ms Mungoma said since most ants celebrate slenderness and pretty faces which are a more western way of defining beauty, most African women are uniquely built which does not make them any less attractive.

It is not the right approach but then when you look at social media, people post their pictures they get followers and many likes, so those followers could come to Uganda to tour. So curvy women could post on social media and get followers. For the male whom they are taking.

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Ugandan minister lists ‘sexy, curvy women’ as tourist attraction