Originally known as Miss Universe Nigeria, Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) is a competitive pageant organized by the Silverbird Group to appoint the most beautiful girl in Nigeria who will represent Nigeria in any international competitions when the time arises, especially in the aspect of pageantry.
The show which started in 1989 has seen the crowning of Nigerian girls across regions and also helped in uniting the country and encouraging peaceful coexistence.
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Like others that had won the pageant show, Oluchi Madubuike was declared winner of the 2021 edition on 18th September after her awesome, brilliant and steadfast display. Born in 1996, the 25-year-old Nigerian-American Nurse, model, beauty queen, young and vibrant star who is from Abia State though she represented Abuja the Federal Capital Territory in the competition joined other 37 contestants at the Eko Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos State on Saturday, 18 September for the beauty pageant.
In December, this year, Oluchi Madubuike will be representing Nigeria at the next Miss World pageant which is set to take in Puerto Rico. She currently lives in Detroit, Michigan, United States of America.
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She made it known that she defeated other beautiful ladies from another state because she seeks divine intervention through ceaseless prayers to God to help her win. Do you think she won based on answered prayers from God? Discuss your views.
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