Brendan Nsikak, Chief Executive Officer, Mr and Miss Nigeria International (MMNI), has unveiled the winners of the 2021 edition.Nsikak, in a statement on Wednesday, said that Ajewole Emmanuel from Lagos State emerged winner of Mr Nigeria International, while Odutayo Omolara from Ogun State won Miss Nigeria International.
He said that Ekpe Fred from Cross River emerged Mr Nigeria International, Culture, while Eze Sandra from Ebonyi State won Miss Nigeria International, Culture.According to him, Balogun Odunayo from Kogi State emerged Mr Nigeria International, Global; Remilat Sadoh from Edo State, Miss Nigeria International, Classic, and Ukatue Miracle won Miss Edo State Teen.“Other winners are Obiwuru Chimaobim from Imo State for Mr Nigeria International, Tourism, Favour-Lydia Oganya from Cross River State, Miss Nigeria International, Tourism.“
Osemwenkhae Osas from Edo State won Mr Nigeria International, Charismatic, and Washington Tonta from Enugu State won Miss Nigeria International, Charismatic.“Victor Olasuyi from Ogun State emerged Mr Nigeria International, Top Model; Williams Okiemute from Cross River State won Mr Nigeria International, Southern King and Ishiekwene Rose from Delta State got Miss Nigeria International, Photogenic,” he said.
Nsikak said Brendance and Crusader Limited (BCL) was the official recognised organisation and platform for the Mr. and Miss Nigeria International pageants.He said the tour of the federation by winners would commence soon to contribute to the promotion of peace and unity in a stable nation.“Mr and Miss Nigeria International competitions started this year with a new high, “we had 530 candidates that applied for the seat and seal of the crowns.“
It was a healthy competition that allowed us select unique individuals amongst a unique many, at the end, we proudly unveiled the last standing 20 Kings and Queens.“Lagos hosted the event, although camping commenced on Monday, October 25, 2021, and ended on Monday, November 1, 2021.“Apart from some contestants that arrived late, all scheduled training, seminars and classes were organised to promote poise and class.“
Our sole objective is to educate and celebrate Nigeria, its diverse human resource and extra-ordinary talent, and promoting peace across boundaries,” Nsikak said. (NAN)