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The inspirational story of Pamela Uba, the newly crowned Miss Ireland |  IMAGE.ie

History has been made in the Miss Ireland competition as the first Black pageant winner has been crowned.

According to The New York Daily News, Uba received a medical-science degree in Galway, Ireland, and is reportedly completing her master’s degree in clinical chemistry from Trinity College Dublin.

The new Miss Ireland is the eldest of six siblings and a former asylum seeker that came to Ireland from South Africa when she was just 7-years-old.

Uba received a medical-science degree in Galway, Ireland and is reportedly completing her master’s degree in clinical chemistry from Trinity College Dublin, the New York Daily News reports.

Uba is headed to Puerto Rico in December to represent Ireland at the 70th Miss World competition.

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