The national director of Miss Teen Global Beauty Nigeria, Ms Gwen Elohor Tagbarha, has revealed some of the conditions that the sponsors gave her before they could allocate their funds to the Miss Teen project.
The Face of Niger Delta 2013, and former Miss Nollywood Nigeria, 2014, said one of the people she met for sponsorship / partnership made it very clear to her that all the contest organizers in Sapele brought their contestants to her to choose who to sleep, before giving your support.
“I told him categorically, it was that mentality of hers that had come to change. He was direct about it. He told me bluntly that he couldn’t support me. “
The Ekiti State University Business Administration graduate revealed that some other men also made advances to her, knowing full well that she was married and that a beauty pageant should not be associated with promiscuity, adding that she was willing to change such narratives in the contest industry with your brand.
Meanwhile, Miss Anointing Amanambu, the adolescent representative from Anambra State, was the winner of the Miss Teen Global Beauty Nigeria held in Sapele, Delta State.
The 19-year-old defeated 13 other beautiful and talented teenagers to emerge as the first winner to represent Nigeria at Recife PE Brazil next March on an all-expenses-paid trip by the event’s official sponsors, Awaritse Nigeria Limited. . .
Ms. Tagbarha said that in addition to the trip to Brazil, Miss Anambra also took home N200,000 in cash, among other prizes, while winners 1 and 2, Damatie Mamus, Miss Teen Lagos and Miss Audu Oshuwa Miracle, Miss Rivers, they took home N150,000 and N100,000 respectively.
Originally scheduled for April 12, 2020, the event was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, before it was rescheduled for October 1 and featured the presence of society’s crème de la crème.