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From Being An Asylum Seeker To Emerging As Miss Ireland 2021, The Story Of 26-Year-Old Nigerian, Uba

The journey to greatness begins with a single step. That's the story of a black Nigerian woman, Pamela Uba, who shook the world when she emerged as Miss Ireland 2021 after 74 years since the event was launched.

According to a report from The PUNCH, Uba, whose parents are originally from Nigeria but was born in South Africa, travelled to Ireland at a tender age with her parents to become asylum seekers.

In a twist of fate, Uba became a role model who passed through many hurdles to become the successful woman she is today. She became an Irish citizen, and to her, that was her best moment.

She emerged as Miss Ireland in 2021 and is set to represent her country, Ireland, in Miss World 2021, slated for December.


Lessons: Uba has demonstrated what it means to stick to your dreams and never give up. She passed through many challenges and later became Ireland's top female model. Finally, Nigerians living abroad can borrow a leaf from Uba by becoming responsible and someday, they will achieve greatness.



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