While much is not known on Ugochi Ihezue’s biography, we have researched about some interesting details about Miss Kebbi.
We know that her birthday is on the 16th of August and she currently lives in Onitsha, Anambra state with her parents and family. She hails from Umukegwu-Akokwa in Ideato-North L.G.A of Imo State.
She is from a family of 5, the first born and only daughter. Mitchel was raised from a humble family. Her mother is a banker with Unity Bank, while the father is a businessman who deals in chemicals.
Prior to winning the Miss Nigeria beauty paegent, she served as one of the Beth model management agents.
she attended Army Day Secondary School, Birnin Kebbi and also Federal University of Benin where she studied Fine and Applied Arts.
Relationship & Religion
According to the beauty queen, she is single and a Christian by faith.
Reading, Painting, Travelling and playing
How she won the MBGN 2017
It all happened on 15th September 2017, the 30th most beautiful girl in Nigeria was selected at Eko Hotel and suit Lagos.
Ugochi Ihezue represented Kebbi state in the pageantry. Firstly on the grand finale, she was awarded with the Model of the Year. She was finally crowned as the most beautiful girl in Nigeria 2017.
It was a memory to remember for all the beautiful girls that participated. After so many weeks of activities and camping, it has finally come to an end. The winner has been chosen and we are going to unveil her here.
All the 36 beautiful girls were showcased, 15 were chosen out of the 26 who went to the next stage. Another 5 was chosen and finally the most beautiful girl in Nigeria for 2017 was chosen.
Miss Bayelsa, Miss Sokoto, Miss Plateau and Miss Oyo were the other top five finalists. Miss Bayelsa came in as fourth runner-up, third runner-up was Miss Oyo, while the second runner-up was Miss Plateau.
Ugochi Ihezue, beat other 35 contestants to the crown, emerging as the 30th MBGN.
She was crowned winner of MBGN 2017 beauty Pageantry.
When asked the project she would like to embark on she said
I would embark on Public enlightenment that domestic violence is a crime that should not condoned and spread information on how to combat it”.