Miss Universe Kenya
|Maria Sarungi Tsehai|
Miss Universe Kenya is a national pageant in Kenya that was first held in 2004 and an annual national contest to choose ambassador for the Miss Universe pageant. Miss Universe Kenya is not related to the previous Miss World Kenya or Miss Kenya contests.
Miss Universe Kenya was held for first time in 2004. Between 1987 and 2002 the Miss Kenya winners represented Kenya at the Miss Universe. From 2004 to 2005 Miss Universe Kenya Organization made separation pageant in under Miss Universe Kenya Management in Nairobi. In 2006, Miss Universe Kenya went bankrupt and could no longer compete at Miss Universe. Began in 2014, Maria Sarungi Tsehai, national director for Miss Universe Tanzania, secured the rights to the Miss Universe Kenya franchise. The competition is back under a new director and owner.
Boldface indicates winner of the Miss Universe
- Color key
- Declared as Winner
- Ended as runner-up
- Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
|Year||Miss Universe Kenya||County||Another Title||Placement at Miss Universe||Special Awards|
|1987||Susan Waruguru Kahumba||Mombasa||-||UNPLACED|
|1992||Aisha Wawira Lieberg||Westlands||-||UNPLACED|
|1995||Josephine Wanjiku Mbatia||Taita-Taveta||Key Account Manager at EABL||UNPLACED|
|2005||Rachel Marete||Baringo||TV Presenter and Song-Scriptwriter||UNPLACED|
|2016||Mary Esther Were||Nairobi||Marketing Administrator for CNBC Africa and Forbes Africa||TOP 6|
- "Henessy for Miss Universe Kenya 2016". instagram.com. Retrieved 16 September 2016.