After a keen contest among the selected 20 finalists, Vivian Nwokie emerged new Miss Glamour Carism 2018.
She achieved the feat because of her outstanding show of performance on stage and off the stage.
The new queen displayed her outspoken and brilliant performance at the final stage, show of elegance in her style of catwalk and a host of other qualities she exhibited.
The 18 year old new queen, who broke down in tears as soon as the result was announced, said she did not expect the win because of the high competition she encountered.
Nwokie said it was her first time to attempt such a program which she said would reduce idleness after secondary education and keep the youths busy.
“Such a contest will definitly discourage those girls who want to fly out and become hostages out of frustration, it keeps us busy with intellectual and practical skills,” she said.
The director of the program, Wendy Orji said Miss Glamour Carisma was a pageant set up by Carisma Modelling agency to empower girls irrespective of their height, shape and size.
She said that the contest was made affordable so that young girls of any level could be part of the experience.
“Having to organise such a contest is quite tasking because sponsors are not readily available and the participants must be treated nicely to achieve our aim.
” To every young girl holding back on chasing their dreams because of the thoughts on how the society would see them or if they’d accept them, should get up, wake up and chase their dreams,” she said.
According to the Chief Executive Officer of Carisma Modelling Agency, the organisers, nothing is impossible for any young lady who aspires to work and put in her best.
Reacting to the contest, some of the finalists applauded the organisers of the event saying the experience was worthwhile.
Doris Charles, 17 year old Miss Mushin, who bagged Miss Photogenic award said that the contest was exciting and fair enough.
“This contest afforded me an opportunity to learn more on pageantry, the judgement was fair enough, we all deserved what we got,” she said.
According to Ayomide Abiodun, 21
an undergraduate, the whole exercise was fun filled.
Similarly, 18 year old Anabel Desmond, an undergraduate of university of Benin, who was the second runner up, said the contest was quite educative and fun filled.
“I’ve always had passion for modelling and I was given the opportunity in Miss glamour charisma, and i must say that we were awarded according to what we deserved,” she said.
The 1st runner up was Philomena James while the 18 year old Anabel Desmond was the 2nd Runner up at the contest which took place at Alagbado, Lagos.
The queen was rewarded with N100 thousand, along with an automatic one year employment, while consolation prizes were given to other winners