8 FINALISTS, 1 STAGE, 1 CROWN  🤔 WHO TAKES THE CROWN ?

Meet the final contestants of Miss Nigeria UK.  The Grand Finale of this year’s edition of Nigeria’s cultural heritage will on 30th November 2019.

*LOCATION YET TO BE ANNOUNCED*

 

👉🏾 Tickets available at: www.officialmnuk.com

 

This event is certainly going to be full of glamor as many Nigerians in diaspora anticipate the joint efforts of the two prominent hosts.

MEET THE JUDGES

 

 

Who are you rooting for? Not decided yet? No problem, find out more from the beautiful talented finalists below

Contestant Number 1 
Name: Erhun Osariyekemwen Omorodion
Age: 20
Occupation: Pharmacy student
Fun Fact: I’ve lived in Nigeria, Scotland and the US

 

 

Contestant Number 2

Dumebi Chienye
Age: 22
Occupation: Practice Lawyer

 

Miss Nigeria UK Dumebi Chienye

Naomi Abe

Contestant 3 

Occupation : Attendance Officer
Fun Fact : I was once training in the same drama class as John Boyega

 

Miss Nigeria UK - Contestant 3 - Naomi Abe

 

Contestant Number 4
Name: Olaide Steele
Age: 23
Occupation: Singer-Songwriter, Actress and Model
Fun Fact: I have a philosophy degree and just finished studying a masters in law

 

 

 

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Sarah Ese Ogilo

Contestant Number 5

Your Age – 25
Your Occupation/Status – Business Coordinator
Fun Fact – I trained with the U18 women’s England’s basketball team.

 

Miss Nigeria UK- Sarah Ogilo

Damilola Afolabi

Contestant Number 6

AGE- 23
OCCUPATION – Progress Coach/ Model
Fun Fact– I have been on a solo holiday

 

Contestant Number 7
Name: Jessica Odeyemi
Age: 21
Occupation: Student/Property & Tenancy Management Coordinator
Fun Fact: I’ve lived in 3 countries including Singapore and I can speak, read and write mandarin

Miss Nigeria UK - Jessica Odeyemi

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Contestant Number 8
Name- Mobolaji Oredein
Age- 21
Occupation- Healthcare assistant/Actress
Fun Fact– I can act any role given to me

 

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Miss Nigeria UK 2019 Finalist

 

Contestant Number 9 
Name: Precious Oni
Age: 23
Occupation: Psychology Undergraduate
Fun Fact: I’ve lived in Nigeria, Scotland and the US

 

Miss Nigeria UK Precious Oni

GRAB YOUT TICKET NOW!

 

Tickets Available At:

👉🏾 www.officialmnuk.com

👉🏾 Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-official-miss-nigeria-uk-2019

 

*LOCATION YET TO BE ANNOUNCED*

Miss Nigeria UK is sponsored by Royal Air Maroc and SMADE entertainment.

CREDIT: MISS NIGERIA UK 2019

Miss Nigeria UK is an annual cultural pageantry that targets the expression of Nigeria cultural heritage in diaspora.

It empowers and enriches Nigeria culture in the United Kingdom and also strengthens the British-Nigerian community.

Previously called Mr and Miss Nigeria UK, the colourful event has awarded many reputable British-Nigerians and has since inception, met the primary aim as it converges Nigerians living in the United Kingdom.

The events also helps inculcate the alluring culture of Nigeria to her citizens born in the United Kingdom.

 

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The cultural pageant that sees Nigerians, the contestants and audience, dressing in colourful attires of their motherland began in 2014 with many Nigerians holding this prestigious award.

Prior to the change to Miss Nigeria UK, Bilal Nosaeweka won Mr. Nigeria UK.

Theo Ogundipe (male) and Janelle Ezeanaka (female) won the awards in 2015 and in 2016, Teedum Nke-ee (male) and Hannah Agboola (female) received the prestigious awards.

The pageantry took another turn and changed to Miss Nigeria UK with Temi Soyinka being the last recipient and the current Nigerian beauty queen UK.

 

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The Grand Finale of this year’s edition of Nigeria’s cultural heritage will hit London on 30th November 2019.

Miss Nigeria UK is sponsored by Royal Air Maroc and SMADE entertainment.

This event is certainly going to be full of glamor as many Nigerians in diaspora anticipate the joint efforts of the two prominent hosts.

Criteria for eligibility are quite simple, however, you have to be at least 50% Nigerian descent and reside in the United Kingdom.

Tickets available at: www.officialmnuk.com

*LOCATION YET TO BE ANNOUNCED*

Miss Nigeria UK has efficiently helped celebrate their cultural heritage and proudly promotes indigenous attires, costume and music genres.

The cultural pageantry panel of judges decides on the winner without being bias. They are a group of professionals with a handful of experience in pageantry.

This platform reminds British-Nigerians of their root and surely attracts them to their motherland.

Fingers crossed as we all anticipate WHO TAKES THE CROWN???.

 

CREDIT: MISS NIGERIA UK 2019