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Nigerian babies honoured in Novel competition

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Just as the Biblical proverb that says children are the heritage of God, babies are not left out in the quest to uncover stardom and encourage it to blossom in the country.

Royal Baby Awards- a project organised to reward babies- recently announced its maiden edition with competition for babies within the ages of zero to three years. The event is being sponsored by Royal Malc Int’l and Emvirtue Network.

The CEO of Royal Malc Int’l and founder of Royal Baby Awards, Uju Nduba, the initiative was to inspire parents and guardians to embrace the beauty of parenthood.

She said it was important to let children feel beautiful from a tender age, as this would have positive impact on the child’s overall development.

On mode of selection, she said: “Contestants will be selected from across Nigeria and voting will be done online and through SMS. Registration commenced at 9am Monday, October 1, 2018 and will end at 11:59pm on Sunday, December 30, 2018. Voting will start 9am Tuesday January 1, 2019 and ends with the grand finale on Saturday March 30, 2019.

“Up for grabs is a total of N4m and an extra N100, 000 for the four categories which include: Great Personality, Alluring Smile, Most Creative Photo and Most Fashionable.”

On his part, CEO of Emvirtue Network, Emmanuel Ezima stated that the project would serve as a veritable first choice in children empowerment across the country.

“The team would deliver a free, fair, transparent and excellent contest that everyone would be proud of,” he said.


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