19 November 2012

Nigeria: Miss Nigeria Beauty Pageant Calls for Entry

Young Nigerian women aged between 18 and 26 who are confident , 5ft 7inches and above, can speak fluent English, are convinced that they can be a positive role model for other young women and have an interest in working with charities are invited to enter for the Miss Nigeria 2013 pageant.

Since 1957, the Miss Nigeria pageant has set the standard of elegance and sophistication for the Nigerian young girl. Under the stewardship of Beth Model Management, African Times Network (ATN) in conjunction with DAAR Communications Ltd. is organizing the most prestigious contest that would offer one young woman a life changing opportunity to enrich not only her life, but the lives of others in the 38th Annual Miss Nigeria Beauty Pageant.

Casting will take place in four major cities Lagos, Abuja, Port-Harcourt and Benin. The jury would comprise of individuals stemming from various industries. As such, the contestants would be judged on their intelligence, poise, talent, character and potential to be an ambassador for Nigeria.

The Grand Prize includes 3 million naira, a brand new luxury car, full scholarship to any higher institution in Nigeria, 1 year paid apartment, a diamond encrusted crown,1 year Modeling Contract,all expense paid trip and many more.

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