By Ifeanyi Nwoko
Folio Group, the event organizers announced in a statement in Abuja.
The group said the 44th Miss Nigeria will be held on December 17, 2021 at the Landmark Convention Center.
“The winner will walk away with N10 million, a one-year residency in a luxury apartment, a brand new car and lucrative brand ambassador opportunities,” he said.
Quoting the Chairman of the Board of Folio Group, Fidelis Anosike, the statement said that the participant and partners would be treated to “a world class spectacle like never seen before in the landscape of the Nigerian pageantry”.
“To participate, each participant must complete the free registration form on www.missnigeria.org.
“All they need to do is click on the Miss Nigeria 2021 tab and follow the instructions to submit their photos and video,” said Chioma Nwigwe, director of the Miss Nigeria organization.
According to her, the selection process will start from a selection of the top 120 candidates who will be further reduced to 37 shortlisted candidates.
“Thereafter, 18 semi-finalists will head to Miss Nigeria’s training camp and to the grand final from which the eventual winner will emerge,” she added.
According to the statement, Miss Nigeria 2021 is open to beautiful young Nigerian women from all parts of the country, between the ages of 18 and 25.
He stressed that interested candidates should also have values that match those of the organization.
The group added that the call for applications will be open from October 21 to Sunday October 31.
The contest is proud to have produced and nurtured exceptional young women since its inception over five decades ago, including the very first Miss Nigeria (1957), Grace Atinuke, who turns 90 in November.
“Others include lawyer, author and columnist, Helen Perst-Ajayi; Lawyer and CEO of NKASSI, Ezinne Akudo, among others.
“This year, we have worked very hard to remove barriers to competitions, including the continued suspension of registration fees and the elimination of regional auditions.
“While this is in part in response to the global public health crisis, it is also about ensuring that candidates from all 36 states across the country are represented,” organizers said. www.
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