Maya Hejnowska crowned Sabah's Unduk Ngadau 2021


KOTA KINABALU: Maya Hejnowska, who is of mixed Kadazan-Polish parentage, was crowned Unduk Ngadau (harvest queen) as Sabah's month-long Kaamatan celebrations ended on Monday (May 31).

The 21-year-old, who speaks Kadazandusun fluently, will now become an ambassador of sorts for Sabah and promote the state's products during her tenure as Unduk Ngadau 2021.

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