30 November 2012

Nigeria: Mr Earth Nigeria to Promote Positive Image of the Country

There have been different shows involving the females in pageantry but now Nigerians should brace up to witness one of the biggest events in the country to showcase that which would enable only young energetic men from the ages of 18-29 to compete for who will be the next Mr Earth Nigeria. According to the CEO blue spark production, and Mr earth Nigeria, John Tega Ikuli, the Mr Earth contest will be holding at the Ladi Kwali hall of Sheraton hotel Abuja on 25th May, 2013.

"Mr Earth Nigeria contest promises to be a unique experience and outing for all eventual partners of the event. The event will bring great networking opportunities and a chance to introduce many talents to over 50 million viewers expected to follow the contest on Television for a period it air."

According to Mr Tega, Mr Earth Nigeria contest is aimed at inspiring and empowering the Nigeria youths to develop and utilize their strengths, creativity and inner qualities to positively impact Nigeria and contributes to the economic growth especially culture and tourism of the nation.

"The Mr earth Nigeria must be an individual who has the ability to communicate and inspire people in his community. He must possess an innate personality and a positive attitude. These are contributing factors in. The selection of Nigeria's perfect gentleman.

The Mr. Earth Nigeria contestants are judge on interview, where independent judges ask question to determine his view on life, family, commitment and passion toward volunteerism and how he plans to continue to make a difference regardless of the outcome of the contest."

The winner of the competition will go home with a branded car and will compete in Mr Earth West Africa, 2014 while the first and second runners-up will have a paid trip to Ghana with other consolation prices.

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