Renowned International ex Beauty Queen, Enterpreneur, Supermodel and Winner of multiple pageant contests in Nigeria and across the world, Queen Allison Sekegha (CNA), on December 2nd marked another gracious year in her life. 


The outspoken Beauty Queen who doubles as CEO of Quinally Professional Services in the spirit of her new glorious age hosted friends to a dinner in her modest Abuja home. 


She shared amazing photos in her social media handles to in gratitude to God for the gift of another year in her life. 

At the Abuja birthday dinner, friends took time to eulogize her where they spoke glowingly of her good heart, hard work and commitment to any course she is passionate about. 


Queen Allison Sekegha expressed gratitude to God for the grace of life and the blessings He had continually bestowed on her. 


She also thanked family members, colleagues, fans and friends for felicitating with her on her special day. 


Queen Allison Sekegha is a recipient of several awards and commendations, especially in the modeling and pageantry industry. 

Queen Allison, who was birthed on 2nd of December 1989 grew under the care and guidance of her parents. 


She had contested and won several pageant competitions including, Ex Miss Teenage, Miss Valentine, Miss Globe Nigeria and was the Nigeria's Representative at the 2010 Miss Globe world, held at eastern Europe Albania in 2010.


In 2012, she was crowned Miss Intercontinental INT'L, Finest Girl Nigeria 2012, Organizer of Miss Brass Bayelsa and currently the CEO of Quinally Professional services. The young, vibrant and adorable Beauty Queen hosted friends and family members to a reserved party in Abuja.
















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