Meet the winners of Aquafina Elite Model Look Nigeria 2016, Omoh Momoh and Davidson Obennebo who both won a cash price of 1million Naira each.
20 finalists made it to the final competition where only two winners emerged; a male and female.... The event featured catwalk competition showcasing pieces from Orange Culture, Ejiro Amos Tafiri, Tokyo James with Fashpa making a debut on the runway amongst other exciting bits at the finale.
Richard Mofe Damijo and Bola Balogun were part of the panel of judges who carefully sat through to pick the new winners. Male 2014 EMLN winner Victor Ndiwgwe gave an impressive performance to the surprise of guests.
There were also musical performances by a number of artistes, Omawunmi being most notable of all.
The foremost modelling competition has exported aspiring models and given a chance for fresh faces to kick off modeling careers internationally, easily competing with other from different parts of the world.
EMLN has produced international faces like Mayowa Nicholas and Victor Ndigwe who have walked for Balmain, Fendi, Versace, Missoni, Benetton and more between them.
After selecting a final list of 10 contestants, five females and five males, Davidson and Omoh were then announced as the overall winners of this year's competition.
There had appeared to be a Steve Harvey moment after the name of the winner seemed to have been mispronounced by the announcer.
Because of the closeness of both names in pronunciation, Oma thought she had won, and was already being congratulated, before the mistake was rectified and Omoh declared the rightful winner.
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Both Omoh Momoh and Davidson Obennebo, winners of the 2016 edition of Elite Model Look Nigeria will now go on to represent Nigeria at the Elite Model Look in Paris.
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