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Nigerian model, Ene Daniels wins Face of Unity Global

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Nigerian model, Ene Daniels wins Face of Unity Global

By Ifeanyi Nwoko

Nigerian model Esther Ene Daniels has become the winner of the Face of Unity Global 2021, featuring other contenders from other countries, organizers said on Sunday.

Miss Daniels, from Otukpo in Benue State, beat 49 other contestants from other countries in a hotly contested online poll that ran for a month.

Production of battery materials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo could reduce supply chain emissions and add value to the country’s cobalt

Contest organizers, who announced the winner on the website, also said Queen Igodan and Kauna John were the first and second finalists.

He said a date will be announced shortly for the official crowning of the winners.

The virtual event was contested by a total of 50 participants from Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, among others.

Production of battery materials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo could reduce supply chain emissions and add value to the country’s cobalt

Reacting to her victory, Daniels dedicated her crown to Almighty God and mankind, who she said had been her cardinal point of service.

Miss Daniels, in conversation with the Nigeria News Agency , called on her fellow competitors, especially the finalists, to team up with her in the quest to preach peace and unity in the world .

She is committed to using her crown to advance and redefine the place of the girl child in Nigeria, Africa and the rest of the world.

Production of battery materials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo could reduce supply chain emissions and add value to the country’s cobalt

Daniels assured the organizers of the pageantry that she would make them proud, adding that she would also make Nigeria proud of her efforts.

Miss Daniels, 25, is in her final year at Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo, was the 2019 Miss Idoma Ambassador.

She is an actress, singer, cinematographer, gender activist and humanitarian.

Production of battery materials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo could reduce supply chain emissions and add value to the country’s cobalt

Source: NAN

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