Her Majesty Queen Toluhi Anuouluwapo, a 20years old Kogi State indegene has emerged Winner of the ‘Beauty Goes Green’ edition of Miss Intercontinental Nigeria beauty contest held on Sunday, 15th December at Lagos Intercontinental Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos.
She was crowned alongside Queen Irene Dolapo, a 22years old Lagos state indigene as a 1st Runner-up and Queen Sharon Minaibi from Rivers state as the 2nd Runner-up. According to the Project director, he noted that the contest was impressively competitive with 26 contestants who performed amazingly well.
He however congratulated the Winner, Queen Toluhi Anuouluwapo for her vigour, strength and exceptional display of an ideal Beauty Queen. He also applauded Queen Ajayi Irene Dolapo who emerged as the 1st Runner Up and Queen Sharon Minaibi as the 2nd Runner up for their diligence, intellectual capacity to set lead roles for younger models.
The event was well attended by international delegates, high profile personalities, Nollywood celebrities, renowned event hosts, top Musical and comedy superstars, amongst others. Guests at the event were quite overwhelmed at the exciting outplay of the event, having outstanding performances and presentations from contestants and Artists.
Having emerged as the Winner of Miss Intercontinental Nigeria 2019, Her Majesty Queen Toluhi Anuouluwapo will be representing Nigeria at the Miss Intercontinental World Pageant, with over 90countries from across the would. Miss Intercontinental Nigeria is one of the most prospective pageant contest in Nigeria, providing opportunities for young Nigeria Models.
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