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Most Beautiful Girl In Nigeria

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The famous beauty pageant, Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria 2012 has been launched. It is worth mentioning that in 2002 the very lovely Miss Stephanie Okereke, who recently got married, was runner up in this competition. These are the 32 finalists, each representing their region. One of them will be crowned the Most Beautiful Girls in Nigeria 2012.  Miss Sylvia Nduka was 2011 winner. What do you think of this year’s contenders. Who do you think deserves to bag that crown? Sound off!
Last year's winner, Sylvia Nduka


Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria 2012 contestants

Onuoha Glory - Miss Abia
Oyenmwosa Allwell Omoregie - Miss Yobe
Onuoha Grace - Miss Taraba
Charles-granville Damiete - Miss Rivers
Elshammah Enadelo Igbanoi - Miss Plateau
Ifeoma Umeokeke - Miss Abuja
Ofomah Chisokwue - Miss Adamawa
Ofomah Chisokwue - Miss Adamawa
Elise Anuli Dike - Miss Anambra
Okolo Obianuju - Miss Bauchi
Isaiah Inara Anthonia - Miss Bayelsa
Aghedo Oses - Miss Benue
Kelly Ochuko - Miss Borno
Isabelle Ayuk - Miss Cross River
Tiffany Anabelle Davies - Miss Delta
Abana Onyeka - Miss Ebonyi
Omobhude Omoye Mary - Miss Edo
Egbe Rejoice Okekeni - Miss Ekiti
Adaugo Ndu - Miss Enugu
Igebu Antonette - Miss Gombe
Nsofor Gail Anulika - Miss Imo
Joyce Chidebe - Miss Kaduna
Uju Chimezie - Miss Kebbi
Charity Chinenye Obiora - Miss Kogi
Tomilayo Salami - Miss Kwara
Olorunsola Chinaka - Miss Lagos
Chidueme Vivian Ifeoma - Miss Niger
Hadassah Emike Benson - Miss Nassarawa
Majoro Winifred - Miss Ogun
Okereke Barbara Uchenna - Miss Ondo
Okafor Christabel Nkechinyere - Miss Osun
Ezenwa Augusta Chioma - Miss Oyo
Who is your favourite? Personally, I think Miss Abuja is well on point. But that is only my opinion. Sound off!
Peace n Love 🙂


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  • Moi Moi
    May 1, 2012

    For me I think miss Niger and Miss Gombe got it. I Think Miss Delta is a little over aged for this contest ( she’s over 40).
    The girls need to go easy on the weaves and make up( ayamatanga any one?. We wanna see ur real beauty not ur makeover, I mean it is a beauty contest afterall.) I believe If ur not confident enough to show and celebrate your natural fresh faced self then u have no business being a role model to our younger girls.
    A little make up to accentuate ur natural features not create new ones.

    • MsAidyl
      May 1, 2012

      really? miss Delta is over 40? lmao @ayamatanga. i agree, most of them seem to have a bad hair situation going on.

  • Fashionwidget
    May 1, 2012

    Reblogged this on Fashionwidget and commented:
    I did not know that about Stephanie, she definitely deserved to be in such a competition.

  • Amy
    May 2, 2012

    I have to agree with Moi Moi! I don’t mind the makeup so much especially if it’s well done. What woman doesn’t like to play with make up afterall but I’m seriously concerned with this need to wear weaves and wigs. They would look so much better without the fake, poorly done weaves but that is just my humble opinion. I certainly know the challenges of our hair. I also am not a huge supporter of beauty contests. We are all beautiful and what makes that beauty is what comes from the inside 🙂 There, done being a Debby Downer 🙂

  • audrina1759
    May 3, 2012

    nice. you guys should vote for miss niger. for more info check out audrina1759.wordpress.com

  • Tiki
    September 11, 2012

    Everyone of them except maybe Borno, Abuja and Kaduna, need to come to me for eyebrow shaping lessons. And Miss Lagos just doesn’t represent. Are there no fine girls left in Nigeria?

    • MsAidyl
      September 11, 2012

      haha. me sef i need that eyebrow lesson oh!

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