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‘Mr and Miss’ International Africa Pageant: Organisers task Nigeria’s representatives to win

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Bredan Nsikak, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Bredance and Crusader Limited, organisers of ‘Mr and Miss Nigeria International’ (MMNI), and ‘Mr and Miss International Africa’ (MMIA) pageant has tasked Nigeria’s representatives in the contest to bring the crown home.

Nsikak gave the charge in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Lagos.

NAN reports that MMNI is now in its third edition, while the MMAI is in it’s first edition.

He described the MMAI as Africa’s biggest pageant and first of its kind slated for Nov. 7 in Lekki, Lagos.

He urged Peter Abah, holder of ‘Mr’ and Denise Idara, ‘Miss’ Nigeria International Pageant’ who would would represent Nigeria to make the nation proud.

He said that it would be a thing of honour for them to win the crown for the nation, to justify  the appellation as the ‘Giant of Africa’.

“The representatives of MMNI have this assignment of representing our nation Nigeria in the MMAI pageant, and we are expecting a victorious outing by winning the contest and nothing short of that.

MMAI is a newly introduced pageant, it is open to contestants from African countries, which Nigeria will be hosting the first edition and we need to prove that we are indeed the giant of Africa.

“Our representatives, knows the task ahead of them and are preparing seriously day and night, to make sure that they perform better than any other contestants from other participating countries”, he said.

Nsikak, described the MMAI as a life transformation event for winners, adding that winners would have openings to contest for ‘Miss international World Supermodel’, ‘Mr Landscape’ and ‘Altitude Men’s Finals’.

He claimed that Kenya Fashion Week and Cape Coast Fashion Week are other events that the winners of the pageant would have opportunities to participate in.

He told NAN that assorted gifts and a prize money of $2, 000 would be up for grabs.

On the MMNI contest, the Bredance and Crusader CEO said that the lucky winner of the pageant would have chances to become ambassador of great brands and a movie role in Nollywood.

“We have lots of good packages for both winners of the MMAI and MMNI, they will extensively go global, and feature in international Pageant of different categories plus the financial rewards that awaits them.

“The MMNI has equally made provisions for startup capital, plot of land and other prizes for winners which will provide an enabling environment for them to grow in their career,” he told NAN.

Nsikak, however, said that 32 contestants made up of males and females between ages of 18 and 28 would feature in MMNI, while Ghana, Gambia, South Africa and other African countries were for MMAI.

He noted that both pageants would hold side-by-side on the same day.

He told NAN that the contestants for the MMAI and MMNI would have to present COVID-19 free test certificates before they can access the camp which opens on Oct. 31.

“All government COVID-19 order will be observed, which is the reason why invitation will be restricted, while the events will be on social media, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and others,” he added.

Edited By: Nkiru Ifeajuna/Emmanuel Okara
Source: NAN

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