Over 50 beauty queens from all over the world will be strutting their stuff in a bid to clinch the ultimate title
It would be an intense showdown of beauty at the Exquisite Face of the Universe world finals slated to hold in the breathtakingly beautiful island of Sao Tome & Principe from 22nd November – 5th December, 2015.
Over 50 beauty queens from all over the world will be strutting their stuff in a bid to clinch the ultimate title: Exquisite Face of the Universe 2015.
Nigeria would be ably represented by our very own ambassador of beauty & tourism - Queen Collete Nwadike, who was selected via a portfolio screening.
Miss Nwadike is a graduate of English and currently a Special Assistant to the Anambra State Governor, Chief Willie Maduabuchukwu Obiano.
She has worked hard to make her mark in the world of beauty and modeling all the while bringing succor and meaning to the lives of the less privileged around the country via her foundation which centers on welfare and empowerment.
Preparing to fly high the national flag on the international stage alongside 50 nations, Miss Nwadike has gone the extra mile to ensure in physical appearance, mind, character and more, she becomes the obvious choice for the crown; thus bringing pride & glory to her beloved country - Nigeria.
Miss Nwadike was selected via a portfolio screening and is being groomed and prepared by Aurora International.
Speaking on the pageant preparations, ex-beauty queen & CEO, Aurora International, Miss Tomi Lydia Salami expressed confidence in her delegate.
She said: “Collete embodies the qualities of a Queen – inside & out. She is also being coached in etiquette, elocution, catwalk, poise, slating and many more. She works out at the gym practically everyday. We’ve left no stone unturned in our bid to make her stand out in the upcoming competition. I believe history is about to be made again. It’s high time Nigeria brought home the crown.”
Nigerians are urged to support Collete as she embarks on this special assignment to promote the Beauty, Culture & Tourism potential of Nigeria and Africa to the world.