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Miss Nigeria USA to hold on Saturday, winner to clutch $10k          

The organizers of the yearly 'Miss Nigeria USA' beauty pageant' have revealed that the 2017 edition of beauty pageant will take place on Saturday, 12th August in New York.

Director of the Miss Nigeria USA pageant, Joy Fakhoury who spoke with NAN on Tuesday in New York stated that 17 contestants would participate in the beauty contest.

The 17 finalists include Miss Abia, Abuja, Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Bayelsa, Benue, Cross River, Delta, Ebonyi, Edo, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo and Rivers.

The winner of the fourth Miss Nigeria USA beauty pageant would go home with 10,000 dollars in prizes, Fakhoury said.

Fakhoury also stated that the mission of the pageant which holds yearly since 2014, was to display the richness and cultural values of Nigeria to the US and the global community.

Fakhoury said;

“The prize for the winner of the 2017 Miss Nigeria USA pageant is 10,000 dollars. Miss Nigeria USA title is earned through hard work and dedication, demonstration of self-confidence, beauty, intelligence and elegance"

“The mission is to find, appreciate and promote women with strong goals and interest in promoting the Nigerian culture and supporting causes related to education and women empowerment".

“The pageant is raising the profile of the Nigerian young women to expand their opportunities while illuminating their outer beauty and also to empower women by creating a forum and opportunity for competition among the most brilliant and beautiful women of Nigeria".

She also revealed that the contest was aimed at empowering and supporting young Nigerian women towards achieving their individual goals as they promote their culture.

The pageant provides young Nigerian women with the forum to share not only their platform and their talent but the opportunity to express their views on local, regional, national and global issues pertaining to Nigeria, she said

It also gives them the opportunities to represent Nigeria and its culture abroad, she added.

“We support the Nigerian culture by using this model of competition. This experience prepares them to accept life’s challenges and to produce role models who exemplify and promote positive values amongst Nigerians".

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