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I prayed and fasted with my mother and pastor to be crowned Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria – 2021.

My name is Oluchi Madubuike, and I spent the majority of my elementary school years at Cita International Private School in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. When I was in fourth grade, I transferred to the British American Academy in Oman, Middle East. I later returned to Nigeria and finished JSS3 to SS3 at Charles Day Memorial International School in Port Harcourt. I graduated from the University of Texas with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and am 25 years old.

One of my most memorable experiences was with my late father. Agbani Darego won Miss World when I was about five years old; my father and I were watching it at the time, and he noticed how excited I was about it. He noticed that I was genuinely interested in it, so he told me that I could do whatever I wanted, adding that if I wanted to be Miss World, I could be. It was incredibly gratifying to know that I had a father who genuinely believed in me. I am pleased that I was able to accomplish my goal, not only for myself but also for him.

I am currently a travel nurse, and having the opportunity to work for various organizations has been a blessing. Knowing that various organizations will help you along your career path is also a blessing. Working during COVID-19 wasn't easy, but I had a great support system, and other healthcare workers were doing their best as well. We were simply there for one another, which formed a bond between us all. So far, my career has been inspiring and fulfilling, especially given that I am a servant who loves to give back and be there for others.

For me, winning MBGN 2021 is a dream come true. It is the fulfillment of a prophecy I received three years ago. The pastor predicted that I would win the title. I didn't see it as feasible at the time, and I had no idea it was possible, but God did it in His perfect time, and this brings me great joy. Nonetheless, it's surreal to realize that I'm also regarded as a beauty queen in the United States. Coming home to win a pageant in my home country is one of the best things that has ever happened to me. In Nigeria, I don't have a large fan base, but the way people accepted me made me feel at ease. Many people messaged me on social media and prayed for me.

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