Beauty queen, Kimberly Chukwuemeka has dazzled audience and judges with her beauty and brain as she emerges the winner 6th Exquisite Queen Nigeria world beauty pageant. 


She smiled home with the star prize of a Toyota Camry 2007 model at the contest which ended on Wednesday in Abuja. 


She trounced nine other contestants to lift the star prize. 

Also, Queen Akoma Shulammite Amarachi emerged as the first runner up while Queen Francesca Bartholomew grabbed the position of the 2nd runner up Exquisite Queen Nig world 2021. 


Others who took part at the event include, Queen Gift Obano and Queen Precious Celina Okwuegbue and others.


Speaking shortly after the winner emerged, the lead organiser Exquisite Queen Nigeria World Beauty Pageant, Chukwuemeka Peter said the annual event is organised to celebrate talent among young women in the society.

According to Mr. Peter, women have a lot to bring to the table in the leadership of this country with the abundant knowledge God has given them.


He also announced that efforts are ongoing to expand the number of contestants in subsequent editions especially with the expected sponsorship of well meaning individuals and corporate organisations.


The 2020 edition of Exquisite Queen Nigeria world beauty pageant was won by an anti-drug campaigner, Queen Emmanuel Adaeze Ezissi. 


Ezissi, the CEO Manuella Organic had recently unveiled her NGO SIZA Foundation and launched her book titled, 'Combating Drug Abuse Among the Youth: Its Impact on National Security, Crime Reduction and Peaceful Elections'.

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