You can make one of these many faces of Miss Nigeria- to- be become the REAL MISS NIGERIA by voting your favourite contestant into the Viewers’ Choice Top 12 by liking their photos.
Your votes will however contribute 50% of the final scores for
the Top 12 whose faces are shown therein. However, the technical judging will be the final 50%.
To vote, kindly go to @missnigeriaorg and like the photo of the contestant you are supporting to wear the crown.
The 2018 Coronation ceremony will hold at the Eko Hotel and Suites on the 25th of October 2018. Contact the liaison on 08059744300 for table bookings, ticket enquiries and other relevant information.
Miss Nigeria is an annual beauty pageant show which showcases positive attributes of Nigerian women and awards university scholarships. The winner portrays exemplary qualities and serves as a role model for young women in the country. The pageant is currently organized by Daily Times.
National newspaper Daily Times are owners of the Miss Nigeria franchise which started as a photo contest in 1957. Contestants posted photographs of themselves to the Daily Times headquarters in Lagos where finalists were shortlisted; those successful were invited to compete in the live final which at the time did not include a swimsuit competition at the Lagos Island Club. UAC employee Grace Oyelude won the maiden edition of Miss Nigeria, and would later use part of her £200 prize money to travel to England where she studied Nursing. Contrary to popular belief, Julie Coker was not the first Miss Nigeria – she was actually Miss Western Nigeria but used the ‘Miss Nigeria’ title during official engagements aboard.