Mrs Nigeria Universe 2017 Queen, Mrs Faith Ifeoma Ogaga in Durban

Mrs Nigeria Universe 2017 Queen, Mrs Faith Ifeoma Ogaga in Durban

Mrs Nigeria Universe 2017 Queen, Mrs Faith Ifeoma Ogaga arrived Riverside Hotel in Durban, South Africa venue for the Mrs Universe 2017 World pageant.

Mrs Universe is a world renowned married women pageant, it’s a ‘Non-BIkini’ pageant that selects the most beautiful woman who are role models to the marriage institution and have affected lives in their society.

Mrs Nigeria Universe Queen is asking Nigerians to continue to pray for her to be able to win the world crown for Nigeria and equally ask Nigeria community in South Africa especially those in Durban to come out and show her love in the 7 days program of activities in Riverside Hotel, Durban.

The pageant has 88 beautiful women representing different countries and continent lodged at the Riverside Hotel and everyday they are judged by their appearance, attitude and other qualities before the crowning event on the 2nd of September. They will be visiting different places and showing their rich cultural heritage.

Some of the events includes tourist site visitation, orphanages, presentation by each contestant on Violence against women and children’s, Country Cultural display, a March for Violence against women and children and other activities lined up.

Below are pictures of Mrs Faith Ogaga and other contestants.

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