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Miss Nigeria 2016 40th edition set to hold on 19th December

The Miss Nigeria 40th Edition is set to take place in grand style in December 19th 2016.

This was announced last week by the leading beauty pageant at a press conference at Folis Media Group Victoria Island, Lagos.

Enlightening those in attendance during the conference, the Programme Director for Miss Nigeria, Dr May Ikeora placed emphasis on how young girls can be empowered and encouraged beyond beauty while also stating that the pageant is on the look for "confident and intelligent young women with great values".

On the requirement/ qualification the girls applying for the competition should possess:

They Must not be pregnant, no height and weight restriction, should be unmarried and without child, no tattoos and within the age range of age 18 – 26.

On prizes for the winners and the activities coming up at the camp

A car and the sum of N3million in salary for the winner, opportunities to travel out for meetings and holidays also abounds.

The activities in camp include 80% empowerment training, which Nigeria Export Promotion Council (NEPC) is taking the lead role, choreography, fun, and etiquette etc.

Meanwhile, the present Miss Nigeria, Queen Pamela Peter-Vigboro Leesi spoke on how her "reign has been fruitful and how she had the experience to give back to the community".

 

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