One of the best beauty pageant shows organised in the city of Abuja, Queen Of Aso Beauty Pageant has held its final audition for contestants who will be potentially participating in the 15th edition and grand 2020 anniversary occasion in FCT. The audition exercise took place on the 4th of July at Grand Cubana Hotels, Jabi, Abuja.

Our Correspondent garnered that the audition exercise for the 2020 and 15th anniversary edition of Miss Aso Beauty Pageant witnessed a massive participation of potential contestants for the forthcoming resounding and notable pageant event in Abuja. The participants and potential contestants were screened and drilled by pageant CEOs, Beauty experts and other renowned personalities in the pageant Industry.

Some of the judges were Mr. Alex Nwankwo, The CEO of Amity Global Network and Convener of MBMN, Her Majesty, Queen Ezenwa Chika Nerita, Reigning Queen Of Aso International, Pageant Manager, Kingsley Agboola and CEO Desmond Agboola.

Speaking with the Chief Executive Officer of Queen Of Aso Beauty Pageant, few minutes after the audition exercise, Mr. Desmond Agboola told AbujaPress that the exercise was indeed a huge success, as it witnessed the participation of intellectually driven and vibrantly  competitive contestants with a vision that will be nurtured by the organization at the long run.

Queen Of Aso Nigeria Pageant has remained one of the most significant pageant events hosted in the FCT and has crowned several outstanding and visionary Models who have continue to promote the values of feminism and the virtues womanhood. It's occasions have also witnessed the presence of notable personalities across relevant sectors in Nigeria.



Anambra Update is an independent publication, established in 2012 for the purpose of presenting balanced coverage of events, and of promoting the best interests of Anambra and Ndigbo in extention. It owes allegiance to no political party, ethnic community, religious or other interest group. Its primary commitment is to the integrity and sovereignty of the Federation of Nigeria, and beyond that to the unity and sovereignty of Igbo Social-Cultural Race

Post A Comment: