Afuzy crowned Miss Lush at 2019 MBGN
The 32nd edition of the Most Beautiful Girl In Nigeria (MBGN), which held recently, witnessed the presence of celebrities and other guests from far and wide across the country.
Hosted by comedian, Bovi and Layole Oyatogun, 21-year-old U.S based model representing Rivers State, Nyekachi Douglas emerged the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria while Cynthia Afuzy, representing Adamawa, was crowned Lush Hair ambassador for the next one year, smiling home with the highly coveted prize.
Lush Hair, being the official hair extension sponsor of the event left no stone unturned in exciting not only the 37 contestants, but equally engaging its teeming customers who had come in from far and wide to witness the epic event. The day before the grand finale, the hair brand visited the contestants in camp, engaging and treating them to a series of fun activities such as hair masterclass and training, individual video presentation, music and a dance challenge amongst other activities.
Brand Manager, Sukhm Pannu said: “We are conversant with and quite appreciative of the rigorous grooming and selection process these ladies have been exposed to which is at par with international standards. This undoubtedly demonstrates that we have taken the best step in the right direction in settling for one of the beauty queens.”
Over three decades, the Silverbird group has consistently sustained an impeccable credibility in organizing the MBGN pageant in Nigeria, the winner of which eventually proceeds to represent the country at the Miss. World pageant. The first runner up becomes Miss. Universe while the second runner up gets the Miss. Tourism crown all to represent the country internationally.
Afuzy was not only crowned Miss Lush, but also smiled home with N500, 000, will enjoy a year supply of the product, represent the brand at events and have free access to the brand’s office amongst other perks.
Guy Murray Bruce, Special Adviser to Bayelsa State Governor on Tourism Development and Entertainment, who also doubles as a director, Silverbird group, said the theme for this year’s pageant “Every Woman” encapsulates the true definition of the woman, who is a nurturer, care giver, working woman, wife, professional and so on. “The theme also lends its weight towards the national fight against the increase in the statistics of girl-child rape, girl-child slavery, child trafficking and early girl-child marriage,” he said.