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MISS EQUITY AFRICA beauty pageant (MEA) set to hold in Nigeria

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MISS EQUITY AFRICA beauty pageant (MEA) is a platform that is founded as a result of the need to promote culture, heritage, talent and to seek global advancement for the African youths .

The program is designed to empower youths to develop the confidence they need to achieve their personal best.A confident youth has the power to make real change, starting in his/her local community with the potential to reach a global audience.

To discover, deploy, develop and empower youths through Leadership and Community Service is the mission of MEA.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

* To promote and uphold our core values and morals amongst our African youths
* Enhance skills in community development and empowerment through humanitarian service
To showcase the African beauty and heritage to the global community

* To Be the voice of the voiceless and share issues of concern
* To Project a positive image of Africa to the rest of the world
* To Bridge the gap between Africa and the United States through gestures of goodwill between the two continents
* To celebrate the beauty, vigor of humanity.

 

 

The Miss Equity Africa Organization empowers youths to develop the confidence they need to achieve their personal best. We encourage every youth to get out of their comfort zone, be theirselves, and continue to define what it means to be Confidently Beautiful.

 

The contestants and Queens that have gone through the Miss Equity Africa system are able to cultivate their personal career goals, advocate for humanitarian issues and be a voice to effect positive change in the world. These youths are forward thinking and motivated to not just talk about this change, but to initiate it. They have gone on to high-profile careers in government, business, finance, broadcasting, as well as film and television.

 

Miss Equity Initiatives

The Miss Equity Organization places priority on the importance of getting involved and giving back by providing a dedicated international platform of charitable partnerships. As leaders and role models within their communities, our contestants and Queens work to effect positive change through volunteering, fundraising and advocacy.

 

During their reign, our winners are given the tools to personally and professionally enrich others by dedicating themselves to raising awareness and much needed funds for philanthropic endeavors.

Are you intelligent?
Beautiful?
Do you want to give back to the community positively?
Do you have the charisma?
Are you between the age range 16-28?
Then what are you waiting for when the time is now.

Contest in MISS EQUITY AFRICA (MEA) BEAUTY PAGEANT 2019 and stand a chance to become a brand ambassador, win a car, and also mouth watering consolidation prizes for all contestants.

Details of registration and audition will be communicated soon.

 

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“The only man i want to be like is my father “- Ozo replies Kiddwaya

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Big brother naija evicted housemate Ozo has replied his ex co-housemate Kiddwaya for saying “he is the man Ozo wants to be”.

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According to Kiddwaya, Ozo always felt pained whenever he sees him with Nengi, and he feels that’s one of the reasons why he nominated him.

 

Kiddwaya also mentioned in his interview that whenever Ozo looks at him, all he sees is the man he wants to be, and this makes Ozoemena envious and threatened by his presence in the house.

In an interview today, a BeatFM OAP said;

Kidwaya had an interview with BeatFM where he said He’s the man you want to be. What do you have to say about this?

Ozoemena replied; “If only u watched the show, you will know that the one person I want to be like is my father.

 

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Bbnaija kaisha Opens Skincare Business “Kaisha Luxury Skincare” (Photos)

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Big brother naija season 5 ex-housemate Kaisha Umaru has re-opened her skincare business, Kaisha Luxury Skincare.

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Her skincare brand has been in existence for 3 years now, however Kaisha has decided to rebrand & use her new fame to push it

Kaisha

Sharing beautiful new photos, she wrote:

Yayyyy 💃🏻💃🏻 💃🏻, good news 💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻!!!

I’m super excited to inform y’all that we have officially reopened our business @kaishaluxuryskincare

@kaishaluxuryskincare is a brand that has been working for 3yrs now, we have all products for different skin types and perfect products to achieve a good and flawless skincare!!

 

Kaisha recently had a question and answer session with media personality, Cute Kimani during which she made some revelations about her plans for the future.

Kaisha bbnaija

When asked what has changed for her since she left the house, Kaisha revealed she has lost her freedom of moving around on the streets.

 

Honestly, So much has changed! I used to walk on the streets without caring if anyone is looking but now I can’t. I’m Now Famous!!!”, she said

 

On which of the housemates she wants to win, Kaisha said she wants Dorathy to win.

Everyone is a winner but if I’m going to choose one person…It would be the realest girl in the house who hasn’t changed since day one. I’ll choose Dorathy WITH MY FULL CHEST 😬

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#Bbnaija: “Why i stopped being Lucy’s friend & supporting her”- Dorathy

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Dorathy Bachor, bbnaija season 5 housemate revealed her major reason for ending her friendship with evicted co-housemate Lucy Edet.

Dorathy bachor

Recall that  Lucy once complained about Dorathy, that they stopped being friends because Dora was always seen having side comments whenever she was involved in any argument with housemates.

Lucy bbnaija

Dorathy opened up about the issue last night, she said she stopped being friends with Lucy after she mentioned to Erica and other housemates that she was not her friend.

She also mentioned that she didn’t stand up for Lucy during her fights because she felt Luci was always doing too much to get attention and she hates stress.

Her words:

“I felt Lucy was doing too much to get reactions and I don’t like stress. That’s one of the reasons I don’t like having female friends because it’s too stressful.

“I felt she was getting into fights to get attention so I backed off and never supported her but she took offence at that.

“For me, it’s never that deep. Luci also told Erica twice in front of all housemates that I’m not her friend and that was how our friendship ended for me.”

 

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