It was a night of glitz and glamour at the Top Rank Hotel, Friday evening as celebrities, friends, family and well wishers gather to celebrate the victory of Adamawa’s Deborah Ay who represented Egypt and emerged as the winner of the 2019 Miss Globe Queen.
The Winner, Deborah is a graduate of Computer Science from the Federal Polytechnic Mubi, Adamawa State. Deborah knocks down 15 contestants to merge as the winner of the contest taking home a whooping brand new official car.
Among other star prizes; a vacation trip to Dubai and one year styling deal from one of the sponsors, a movie contract with HIT UP TV,
Miss Globe Queen is a social crusader and entertainment content provider that seeks to celebrate the talent and intellectual abilities of young women. And raise beauty queens whose primary responsibility is to champion the fight against domestic violence within and outside the country.
Tagged, Trailing off Domestic Violence, this edition was held at Top Rank Hotel, Abuja, with over 120 aspiring models and fashion enthusiasts from all over the globe in attendance.
Gift Okpetu was crowned the Little Miss Globe Queen 2019 in the children category.
Others include: first runner up, Hadassah Esther; second runner-up, Amarachi Kanu Miss Globe Queen Photogenic 2019, Best Agbonta and Queen Olokpo 1st runner up of Little Miss Globe Queen, Second Runner-up Christiana Archibony
The quest for 2019 overall queen began with auditions held across all the country, where 15 young beautiful ladies were selected for the grand finale in Abuja.
Speaking on the reason behind the pageant, the Project Director, Adams Zakari, said: “The objective is to take up domestic violence awareness campaign, create awareness through youth empowerment programmes, advocacy and public health promotions in secondary and tertiary institutions. We also hope to provide platform for our queens to soar high in their respective fields.”The programme was powered by Studio A and sponsored by Anneozeng Ogozi Aid Foundation.
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