Mr & Miss Autism Kenya 2024 13th April
March 27, 2024 11:03 to April 13, 2024 17:04
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Contestants MR AND MISS AUTISM KENYA -2024


Bredah - Ambassador

Hobbies; swimming, dancing and reading 

Likes; creating awareness and advocating on Neuro diversity, adventure 

Why I should be a winner;I am a mum to an autistic child and determined to help him leave a normal life and be accepted in the society.

Plan to do with the crown;I will create more awareness to the society and country wide that will help out autistic children and caregivers leave well in the society,schools, churches, mosques and everywhere


Travolta- Mr Autism

An  autistic young adult aged 18, has defied expectations by achieving numerous milestones. Despite facing unique challenges, he completed an IT course at Strathmore University with excellence, specializing in game design. Alongside his academic achievements, Travolta is also a skilled driver, enjoys repairing bicycles, and finds solace in regular gym sessions. His journey serves as a testament to the limitless potential within individuals on the autism spectrum.


Breton- Mr Autism

 A remarkable autistic young adult aged 20, has reached numerous milestones despite his challenges. He successfully completed an IT course at Strathmore University, specializing in web development and mobile app design, showcasing exceptional talent and dedication. Currently, Brenton is expanding his skills by learning to drive, while also finding joy and relaxation in swimming. His journey exemplifies resilience and determination in the face of adversity.


Milkah- Miss Autism

My name is Milka Chebichii Arusei, and I am honored to be a contestant for Miss

Autism Kenya 2024. In my own unique way, I consider myself an advocate for autism

awareness and inclusion.

I was Born and raised in the vibrant city of Nairobi and having apraxia Autism myself,

I have witnessed the challenges faced by those with autism in our society and

especially having gone through my studies in a normal school. Something I am

entirely grateful to my parents for according an experience that opened my eyes to

the unique talents and perspectives of schooling with children who do not live with

autism. The fact that I made it in such a setting ignited a passion within me to make

a difference because I means that if I can do it, other Autistic persons can do it as


I consider myself, beautiful, Bold, capable, worthy, valuable and fully supported by

my family and friends to begin this journey.

If I were to be crowned Miss Autism Kenya 2024, First, I would use the title to amplify

the voices of those with autism and advocate for their rights and opportunities.

Secondly, I would use available resources to run a civic education program to

educate members of the public on all things Autism because having interacted with

and studied with nonautistic people, I found that many people are not well informed

but are willing to learn. My goal is to launch a nationwide campaign that focuses on

education, employment, and social inclusion for individuals on the spectrum.

Through collaborative efforts with schools, businesses, and government agencies, I

aim to create programs that provide tailored education and job training for people

with autism. Additionally, I plan to work on breaking down social barriers by

promoting understanding and acceptance of autism in our society.

I envision a future where people with autism are not defined by their condition but

are celebrated for their unique abilities and contributions. With the platform of Miss

Autism Kenya, I am determined to work tirelessly towards creating a more inclusive

and supportive world for everyone on the autism spectrum.

Together, we can make a difference. Let’s embark on this adventure and transform

lives, one step at a time.


Nicolet- Miss Autism

My Name is Nicolet Ingato. I was born on 9th July 2006 in Nairobi Kenya. My father & mother names are Alvin Olando & Tabitha Luchesi Respectively. I’m eldest child in my family and I have only one sibling called Rita Raizer. I’m currently a student at Kestrel Manor School.

I’m a girl with a heart as big as my dreams and I’m on a mission to empower girls with autism and rewrite their narratives. My journey has been defined by resilience, compassion, and unwavering determination.

I have faced misconceptions and stereotypes about my condition. However, instead of letting them hold me back, I use them as fuel to advocate for change. I believe in the power of education and awareness to break down barriers and create a more inclusive society.

From an early age, I navigated the world through a unique lens of embracing autism as an integral part of my identity rather than a limitation. Despite facing societal misconceptions and challenges, my spirit has remained unbroken, fueled by passion to make a difference.

Growing up, I witnessed firsthand the isolation and misunderstanding experienced by girls with autism, especially those whose families chose to confine them within the walls of their homes. Determined to spark change, I’ve embarked on a journey to create a foundation dedicated to empowering these girls and advocating for their rights. 

This journey has been inspired by incidents that happened in my neighborhood where a girl with autism was impregnated by a neighbor who took advantage of her condition then later disappeared without a trace and while others lack basic menstrual hygiene knowledge and the necessities like sanitary towels. 

Through my foundation/organization which is yet to be launched, I aim to shatter stereotypes and foster a community where girls with autism can thrive, unapologetically embracing their individuality. From organizing support groups and workshops to collaborating with experts in the field, my vision is to create a safe space where girls with autism feel seen, heard, and valued.

I want the message to extend beyond the confines of my community, resonating with parents and caregivers worldwide. With unwavering determination, I seek to inspire a paradigm shift, encouraging parents to nurture their daughters' potential rather than succumb to fear and isolation.

Fueled by me own experiences and guided by empathy, my journey is a testament to the transformative power of perseverance and compassion. As I continue to trail blaze, I stand as a beacon of hope for girls with autism everywhere, proving that with determination and support, anything is possible.

I declare that, "We are not defined by our differences; we are empowered by them." With boundless courage and an unwavering commitment and support from my parents, I will rewrite the narrative for girls with autism, one empowered step at a time. 


Florence- Ambassador

My name is Florence Wambui Wanyoike, I am a 26 year old model. I am currently a computer science student and on my free time, I enjoy visiting children’s home and giving back to the community, playing tennis, table tennis, chess, trying out new restaurants and spending time in nature with family and friends. I am very passionate about autism and people living with autism With this title; as the autism ambassador 2024, and with my experience working with children with autism and also living abroad and interacting with kids and adults living with autism, first is to create awareness to the general public about the condition and to advocate for compassion, autism being behavioral mostly, it’s hard for people to be able to tell that one has it and usually it’s because they are not aware or have enough information. The other thing is to curb the stereotypes that are associated with the condition and my favorite part is to work with the kids and adults in the spectrum to help achieve most of their goals. Thank you.


Antonina- Ambassador

My name is Antonina Obanda, and I am a 20-year-old deaf model with a passion for breaking barriers in the fashion industry. Hailing from Kibra in Nairobi, I aspire to become a role model for individuals with disabilities, showcasing that anything is possible with determination and perseverance. Participating in the Mr and Miss Autism Kenya event, I aim to raise awareness about inclusivity and empowerment for people of all abilities. With my dedication and enthusiasm, I hope to inspire others to embrace their uniqueness and pursue their dreams fearlessly.


Faith- Ambassador

Greetings! I'm Faith Akinyi, a multifaceted model and designer with a mission!

Beyond the runways and titles (Miss Charity Kasarani, Miss Hi-Tech Hope College), my true passion lies in using my platform for good.  As a believer, I find strength in faith and a desire to uplift others.

That's why I'm excited to be competing for Autism Ambassador Kenya 2024 within the Mr. and Miss Autism Kenya competition. Together with Mr. and Miss Autism Kenya 2024, I envision a world where everyone feels empowered and accepted

Yvonne- Ambassador

Hello everyone! I'm Yvonne Anitah, a 20-year-old aspiring artist with a heart for inclusion!

I'm thrilled to be vying for the prestigious title of Autism Ambassador Kenya 2024 within the Mr. and Miss Autism Kenya competition.

As a strong believer in "I exist because YOU exist", I'm passionate about empowering young people, especially those on the Autism spectrum.  My creative spirit and love of supporting talent make me a natural advocate for neurodiversity.

Giving back to the community is my top priority, and I see this ambassadorship as an incredible opportunity to make a real difference.  I believe in the power of community and  inclusion, and I'm dedicated to championing awareness and acceptance alongside Mr. and Miss Autism Kenya 2024.

Annastashia- Ambassador

Hello everyone! I'm Annastashia Asami, a 19-year-old student at KCITI pursuing hospitality. My world is filled with creativity – I'm a passionate model, dancer, and poet.

As someone who deeply admires the autistic community, I'm driven to be a champion for their inclusion and understanding.

My passion for self-expression fuels my desire to empower all individuals, especially those on the autism spectrum. I believe everyone deserves a platform to showcase their unique talents and be celebrated for who they are.

That's why I'm honored to be vying for the Autism Ambassador Kenya position 2024.  I see this as an opportunity to raise awareness and advocate for creating a more inclusive world where autistic people can thrive.

Munaji- Ambassador

Hello, my name is Munaji Cynthia. As a 21-year-old student at JKUAT University and Unicreatives Modeling Academy, I'm driven by a strong combination of determination and passion.  This self-motivation, along with my love for modeling, fuels my desire to raise autism awareness for the public. I believe people on the spectrum deserve understanding and a chance to shine, and that's why I'm committed to using my platform to advocate for the autistic community in Kenya


Christine- Ambassador

Christine Lusioli, a passionate advocate for autism empowerment in Kenya, brings a unique blend of IT expertise and partnership experience. With a background in IT and experience at Jawabu Best Limited Company, she values accessibility and technology in creating inclusive environments.

Motivated by a desire to improve the lives of autistic individuals, Christine has worked with organizations like Dishi na County and Food4Education, gaining valuable insights into the challenges faced by the autism community and the power of collaboration.


Emerson- Mr Autism

Meet Emerson, a seven-year-old with a remarkable journey. Born in 2016, Emerson initially developed like any other child but at two years old, his delayed milestones led to an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis. Despite therapy and hospital visits, he has shown incredible strength and resilience. In school, currently in PP2 for the third year, his exceptional memory and creativity shine through in his classwork and homework. Emerson's strengths include responding to instructions, reading complex words, and indulging in solitary activities like drawing and singing. While he faces challenges in interaction and expressing himself orally, his progress is evident in occasional short sentences and completed class and homework. His hobbies include running, singing, and drawing. Vote for Emerson to become Mr. Autism Kenya 2024 and support his journey filled with determination and talent


Chloe- Miss Autism

Hello, I'm Chloe Kiio, and I'm excited to step into my teenage years. It's been a journey of patience, resilience, and trust in God, filled with small milestones that have shaped me into who I am today. As I embrace this new chapter, my mission is to uplift my fellow sisters and brothers and inspire hope in caregivers embarking on their journey. Dancing is my passion, and I'm also keen on exploring piano, drumming, and beadwork. Here's to embracing the new me!


Bradley- Mr Autism

Bradley Mochabo, a 12-year-old student at Kestrel Manor School, is a beacon of compassion and resilience. Despite navigating life on the Autism Spectrum, along with comorbidities of Epilepsy and ADHD, Bradley's spirit shines brightly. He not only embraces his own challenges but also extends his support to his elder brother, who is also on the Autism Spectrum.

Bradley's caring nature extends beyond words. He is the first to alert the family when his brother experiences a seizure, swiftly implementing first aid measures when no adult is present. This act of responsibility and compassion highlights Bradley's maturity beyond his years.

In addition to his role as a supportive brother, Bradley is deeply passionate about technology. His fascination with tech stuff serves as a creative outlet and a source of joy. Furthermore, Bradley has discovered a love for cooking, showcasing his talents in the kitchen with enthusiasm and flair.

Bradley's journey is not just about overcoming personal obstacles; it's about embodying empathy, resilience, and a zest for life. His story is a testament to the power of familial bonds, personal interests, and the ability to find joy in both challenges and triumphs.

Bradley's story serves as a testament to the importance of early intervention, personalized support, and the belief in the potential of every individual, regardless of their neurodevelopmental differences. His journey is a beacon of hope and inspiration for others facing similar challenges, illustrating that with perseverance and support, remarkable progress is attainable.


Veronicah -Autism Ambassador Kenya

Meet Veronicah Ngacha, a versatile model excelling in both high fashion and pageantry. With a passion for fashion design, Veronicah brings creativity and innovation to her work. As the current Miss Trinity and 1st runner-up Miss Makadara Deanery, she has already proven her poise and grace on the stage. Beyond her achievements, Veronicah's unwavering faith in God guides her journey, inspiring those around her. With her unique blend of talent, beauty, and spirituality, Veronicah is poised to make a difference as the Autism Ambassador Kenya 2024. Vote for Veronicah and join her in spreading awareness and acceptance for individuals with autism. #VoteForVeronicah #AutismAmbassadorKenya 


Leonce -Mr Autism

Introducing Leonce Alumasi, an 18-year-old with a passion for dancing and household chores. Despite his challenges, Leonce embraces life with enthusiasm and determination. His love for dance showcases his creativity and spirit, while his knack for household chores highlights his independence and dedication. With his infectious energy and positive attitude, Leonce is ready to shine as Mr. Autism Kenya, inspiring others with his resilience and zest for life. Vote for Leonce and let's celebrate his journey together! #VoteForLeonce #MrAutismKenya


Tiffany -Miss Autism

Meet Tiffany Mwia, a remarkable 10-year-old on a journey of courage and resilience. Diagnosed with Autism at the tender age of 2 and a half, Tiffany has shown incredible determination and spirit. She's currently thriving in Grade 3 at Twiddle Pips Junior School, showcasing her academic prowess and vibrant personality. Join us in celebrating Tiffany's inspiring journey as she enters the Miss Autism race! 

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