The Miss Nigeria Republic pageantry, on Saturday, October 12th crowned a new Queen in its second edition. Miss Ogeyingbo Joy Adeola was crowned the winner after she came out tops from the various auditions and scrutinies.
The competition saw over 60 applicants vie for the ultimate prize, purposely to focus and search for the brilliant and intelligent model that would represent the Miss Nigeria Republic.
The competition, which is an initiative of the Octreeds Empire and partnered by Labbymedia, was established with the sole aim to correct the supposed wrong impression about the Nigerian pageant industry and also to impact into the society through the proposed Queen’s project.
Ogundero Omolabake, CEO Labbymedia, while speaking to our Nigerian Tribune, said the queens would to be engaged positively with their natural talents, and help develop hidden skills, knowledge and abilities they possess.
“They also need to be engaged positively with their natural endowment, talent, entrepreneurial skills, knowledge and abilities to impact in the society, especially representing the brand,” she said.
“The goal is not to pick the most beautiful of them all as the winner including the Miss Nigerian Republic, the first, second and third runner ups, but a beautiful girl that is well mannered and coordinated, filled with various ideas and ready to execute every idea until her voice is heard. Also, someone who would be ready to use her sense of humor and good office to further meaningful courses,” she further added.
The outgoing Queen Adeyinka Olawoye, also told the Nigerian Tribune she was able to impact and support lives by activating various cleaning activities in Lagos, visiting Makoko to impact lives, visiting motherless babies homes to spread cheer, raising girls summits and several medical impacts in the society.
Queen Olawoye added that she was looking forward to carrying out projects that would help people and impact the society.
The outgoing Queen and runner ups, Sanni Jumoke, Oguntayo Oluwateleme and Adesewa Adeleye, handed over to the winners Ogeyingbo Joy Adeola, Odunayo Ibikunle, Sadiya Standley, Ina Omoni Sophia respectively.
Newly crowned Queen, Ogeyingbo Joy Adeola, stated that her reign intended to make impact on society, with focus on the development of girl child.