The Ogun Most Beautiful Girl Pageant audition, 2nd edition of the pageantry held on Saturday afternoon at Sansiro Lounge, 12B Surulere Road, Sagamu, Ogun State.
The event had 16 beautiful ladies representing two geopolitical zones, south and western of Nigeria, particularly those who are students of Ogun state either by citizenship or indigene.
Students from various tertiary institutions in Ogun State recently flood the audition/screening for the 2021 second edition of the Ogun Most Beautiful Girl Pageant.
The pageant, which started last year with it first edition as instigated by the convener and initiator, Prince Bello Teslim, otherwise known as Tessy Abab. He (Tessy Abab) is an experience pageant organizer who in return of the program do raise talented personnel.
The event is convened by a prominent philanthropist and passionately outspoken personnel, Bello Teslim fondly called Prince Tessy Abab. When asked what actually brought in this initiative, Abab said; i am only trying to do this to build and raise as many as entrepreneur that i can raise because there are many talented people outside there who are even yet to discover themselves…
Have you ever dreamed of being crowned as the most beautiful girl in the world? the contestants response was that “It’s only God that can determine the fate of human-being and if they (anyone of them) eventually emerge, i’m (we are) ready to give back to the community, says the audited contestants.
“The kind of education we are having now is quiet different from what we used to have back then. Todays generation, whether we like it or not, have moved on because of globalization.”
He noted further that the OGUNMBG pageant is bedrock for grooming our females, adding that the winners are exposed to different things to understand the essence of education and how life is being managed. while they are in the camp, we are definitely going to make them understand that they have talents. The essence is not just to get certificate to benefits the students and society; we are basically empowering the young ones with skills and knowledge to rediscover themselves.