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EMELDA REMI – WINNER OF MRS NIGERIA SET TO COMPETE FOR MRS UNIVERSE IN MANILLA, PHILIPPINES

{Lekki, Lagos State} On the 21st of October, 2018 history was made as Emelda Remi emerged as the winner of the Mrs. Nigeria competition in Lagos. Nigeria and she is currently set to represent Nigeria in the upcoming Mrs. Universe holding this December in Manilla,  Philippines as one of the finalists in the pageant. 


Emelda Remi is an advocate for women issues through her platforms for women empowerment and she is currently involved in providing women empowerment through skill acquisition and funding through her position as a convener of the Women Alliance Group which is an organization for women to interact for professional, business, social and philanthropic purposes. 


Mrs Universe is a world renowned Married Women ‘Non Bikini’ Pageant that has its headquarters in Bulgaria and the journey of pursuing the coveted title starts when married women representing each state gathers at a preparation camp in each country to do activities alongside with beauty pageant competitors, while collecting scores from preliminary competitions that include cultural, nightgown, and attitude-reflected responses. 


The pageant celebrates married women  who are doing phenomenal work to uplift and enhance their local communities through CSI initiatives, business development and global trade opportunities.


Emelda  is thankful to Nigerians for their support as she reassures her commitment to empowering and advocating for women while using her position as Mrs Nigeria to represent Nigeria and its beliefs in the upcoming Mrs Universe competition.

She urges Nigerians to support her by going to share her photo on Mrs Universe 2018  Facebook page in order to become a global ambassador for Nigeria, charged and passionate about the duty of advocating for women through this platform.


For more information kindly visit – www.mrsuniverseltd.com Or https://www.facebook.com/MRS-Universe-1201289269894827/

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