The 5th annual crowning of the prestigious Miss Nigeria UK cultural pageant saw 14 finalists from around the UK competing to become the next Queen. This years grand finale was held in St Mary’s Venue, Marylebone, London and was yet another success within the Nigerian Community in the UK.
The grand finale was opened in it’s traditional style of an introduction dance from our contestants and the playing of the Nigerian national anthem by saxophone player ‘Saxangel’ Entertainment on the night was from an amazing duo ‘DVTN’ and a phenomenal poet by the stage name ‘Briggs The Wordsmith’, with music on the night being supplied by ‘Dj Marfs’
Temi Soyinka emerged the winner on the night.
Miss Temi will be carrying the official Miss Nigeria UK title for 2018/2019 campaign and will see her working alongside many organisations that aim to support and enrich the Nigerian culture, and with the prize of flight tickets, provided by ‘Royal Air Maroc’ she will also be working with organisations within Nigeria itself.
The 1st Princess was contestant No.1 Adedoyin George who was also awarded a ticket to join Temi in Nigeria, and 2nd Princess was awarded to contestant number 8 Olamide Oni who won over hearts with her infectious personality!