Actor launches model competition to campaign for youths

Nollywood actor turned politician, Desmond Elliot is taking his campaign to another level by launching a model competition.

Nollywood actor turned politician, Desmond Olushola Elliot, has taken his campaign for youth empowerment and education another notch by starting a model search which forms part of his campaign promise which is to champion the development change and education of the youths.

Desmond who is currently gunning for a seat in the Lagos State House of Assembly to represent Surulere 1 State Constituency, is starting the model search on his Facebook page and the first phase has seen 12 youths selected and his fans will be the ultimate voters who will select the best amongst the youths on parade.

He posted this message to introduce the contest:

"Introducing My 12 Official Models, The Model with the highest likes and shares wins N100,000 Cash.

You can win credits and fantastic prizes too, just post a reasonable comment, to win you must share the photos.

To vote, all you have to do is to like any of the models on his Facebook page and Instagram page."

Elliot's Facebook page is: while you can follow him on Instagram @desmondelliot.

See the photos of the contestants here:


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