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Orieji Ama, Amarachi Obi and Chimamanda Chesa bags Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019 top crowns.

Orieji Ama, Amarachi Obi and Chimamanda Chesa bags Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019 top crowns.

Meet Orieji Ama, Amarachi Obi and Chimamanda Chesa winners/newly crowned queen at Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019. 

It was an entertaining, colourful and exciting event at the grand finale of Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019 beauty pageant that saw five young pretty Nigerian ladies emerging winners in the different categories of this year’s event organised by Apex White Empire Bloc.

There was more than enough to keep the audience spellbound on the night, with pomp and artistic displays exuding rich entertaining flavours at the second edition of the beauty pageant, which held in Abuja.

The contesting queens enthralled the guests with choreographed dance, traditional, formal and dinner attires of different cuts and colours as well as well rehearsed speech presentations on their chosen projects as emerging queens.

But at the end of the exercise, five of the queens were adjudged winners by the panel of judges consisting Miss Sandra Uzochukwu and Miss Ebele Muomah, CEO of Jeennali Ventures.

Winner Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019, Orieji Ama. 

The newly crowned queens are: Queen Orieji Ama – Miss Apex Queen Nigeria World 2019; Queen Obi Amarachi Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019 Culture/Tourism (First runner up); Queen Chimamanda Chesa Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019 South East (Second runner up); Queen Miracle Abinya Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019 Photogenic; and Queen Ayomide Agboola Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019 Top Model. 

Winner Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019, Orieji Ama.

For her effort, Queen Orieji Ama was rewarded with extra router from Airtel Nigeria, an official car, vacation trip and cash prize from the organisers while the other queens also went home with different consolation prizes, which included MIFI from Airtel Nigeria.

Winner Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019, Orieji Ama. 

The Chief Executive Officer of Apex White Empire Bloc, Miss Favour Amarachi Uzochukwu, in her remarks expressed delight at the successful event while thanking guests and sponsors who supported the event, saying that without them the event would had be a failure even as she commended the contestants for their courage and faith in the project.

According to her, the event is a unique platform that offers young ladies the opportunity to explore their innate talents, develop themselves and add value to the society at such a tender age.

She said the beauty pageant has a vision which will benefit not only the individuals but the country as a whole as it creates ambassadors that will promote the richness of the country’s cultural and tourism industry.

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Winner Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2019 Orieji Ama receiving her incentives from sponsors.

While the guest of honour, Peter Nupeng, who is the chief executive officer of NUPENG Oil and Senior Special Assistant to Anambra State governor on Petroleum, applauded the organsiers over what he described as a veritable and laudable platform created to engage positively Nigerian youths. He urged the organisers not to relent in the promotion of the culture and tourism of Nigeria as well as woman hold through preachment of the girl – child education.

 Some of the special guests at the event included: Olusegun Odebiyi, Airtel Nigeria, Abuja Zonal Business Manager, Daniel Dauda, zonal activation executive, North Central Zone, and Solomon Okafor, Miss Apex Queen Nigeria national director.

Award presentation.

Also, of the guests where bestowed with the Apex Achievers Award in recognition of their various contributions to the success of the organization. The awardees include: Queen Opara Cynthia Ocheze (Miss Apex Queen Nigeria 2018) as Apex Queen of the Year; Queen Charles Jessica (Miss Apex Queen Nigeria Culture 2018) as Iconic Queen of the Year; Queen Mercy Ndubuisi as Most Outstanding Queen of the Year; Queen Mary Inyang as Humanitarian Queen of the Year; Peter Nupeng as Most Supportive Personality of the year; and Model Clinton Ibe as Model of the Year.

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