NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA DRUMMING UP SUPPORT FOR MRS NIGERIA QUEEN TO WIN THE MRS UNIVERSE WORLD PAGEANT CROWN

NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA DRUMMING UP SUPPORT FOR MRS NIGERIA QUEEN TO WIN THE MRS UNIVERSE WORLD PAGEANT CROWN

Faith Ogaga, the Nigeria representative in the on going Mrs Universe world pageant for married women holding in Durban is enjoying the support of Nigerians in South Africa as they rally round her to see her needs are met in preparing her for the contest.

The world pageant organizers and her fellow contestants are amazed seeing Nigerians trooping into the Riverside Hotel in Durban to see and encourage Mrs. Nigeria Universe Queen. Many of them have been seen discussing the love Nigerians have for their own and wish their country can do likewise.

The President and members of Nigeria Durban Union have thrown their weight around her and coincidentally they will be having their congress in Durban, the same day of the crowning event of Mrs. Universe being on the 2nd of September.

The Nigeria Consul General’s office in Johannesburg is not left out, they are in talks with Mrs. Nigeria Universe team to see how best to come in and support one of their own.

Mrs. Universe Country Director, Mrs. Sarah Anogwi is overwhelmed and appreciates the kind efforts of Mr. Adekunle Samuel Owolabi, Mr. Geoffrey Ekene Aniagu, Mr. Taiwo Kazeem a Nigerian model based in Durban and the Nigeria community in Durban for losing sleep to support and stand by the Queen since her arrival in Durban.

We hope and pray that Mrs. Faith Ogaga brings home the world crown for the wonderful single and married women in Nigeria and diaspora.

Let’s cheer her up to victory.

Photos: Geff Ekene Aniagu

Mrs. Faith Ogaga and Mr. Geff Ekene Aniagu

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