Miss All Saints West, Aliyah Wayne Crowned Labour Queen 2024


Miss All Saints West, Aliyah Wayne Crowned Labour Queen 2024

The Labour Queen 2024 pageant, held at The People’s Place, ABLP HQ, witnessed a night of glamour, talent, and determination as contestants from various regions competed for the coveted title.

Among them, Aliyah Wayne of All Saints West emerged victorious, capturing the crown and the admiration of the audience.

The results of the competition were as follows:

  • Second Runner-Up: Kenesha James from St Paul’s
  • First Runner-Up: Eddenya Aska from St John’s Rural West
  • Ms Labour Queen 2024: Aliyah Wayne from All Saints West

Other Results

Interview Segment – Ms All Saints West – Aliyah Wayne

Platform Speech – Ms All Saints West – Aliyah Wayne

Swimwear Segment – Ms St John’s City West – Nevah Greene

Talent Segment – Ms St John’s Rural West – Eddenya Aska

Evening Wear – Ms St John’s City West – Dominique Trotman

Second Runner – Ms St Paul’s – Kenisha James

First Runner Up – Ms John’s Rural West- Eddenya Aska

Ms Labour Queen 2024 – Ms All Saints West – Aliyah Wayne


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  1. Where all this money come from when none can be found for Carnival, our national festival. I swear someone is trying to turn this country into a fool’s paradise. It might well be that now.

    • There are sponsors both public and private who contribute to make this show a success. Carnival is not profitable in any way. It’s our national festival where many of the vendors submit exorbitant invoices to misrepresent their workload. How much money are you contributing?

  2. This young lady is rising star with a brilliant mindset. She’s going places. I had the opportunity to share with her during her preparations for this show. She’s on to Carnival Queen Pageant next year. She’s also accomplishing her goals by attending college simultaneously. Antigua has a promising future.

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