Meet Nyekachi Douglas: Nigeria’s Representative at the Miss World 2019

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Meet Nyekachi Douglas, the winner of the just concluded Silverbird Most Beautiful Girl In Nigeria and currently representing Nigeria in the Miss World pageant Going on in London.

Nyekachi Douglas

Currently on the Show, she came 2nd in the sports competition, won her head to head show, she is one of the top 10 finalist of the Miss world model and just recently she qualified for the top 40 finalist.

Nyekachi Hails from Rivers state Nigeria and currently studying Health science and technology. She’d be harnessing her academic experience in her pet project where she’d be teaching young girls the importance of simple hygiene especially those living in slums.

Meet Nyekachi Douglas: Nigeria's representative at the miss world 2019

Nyeka is an advocate of girl child education and empowerment, this she has demonstrated by visiting and empowering young girls in makoko community with academic materials.

Meet Nyekachi Douglas: Nigeria's representative at the miss world 2019

She’s smart, Bold and beautiful. She loves to support and see people progress in their endeavors, little wonder she has been everyone’s favorite in the competition.

Miss Nigeria 2019, Nyekachi Douglas will be competing in the Miss World competition in London this weekend.

The Miss World pageant will be broadcasted on television, and members of the public can vote on the Miss World website, missworld.com, for the candidate of their choice.

Nyekachi is already in London, participating in the early rounds of the pageant.

Olivier is a model and is pursuing a double major in Health science and technology.

Miss World is an annual event and the current edition (Miss world 2019) is going to be the 69th Edition of that pageant event.

The edition will take place in ExCel London, United Kingdom.

The global event would be hosted by the Miss World President Julia Morley and the chief executive officer of the event Ashwani Kumar Rai.

Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.


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