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The Nigerian Queen
ຮູບ:The Nigerian Queen Logo.png
ຄໍາຂວັຍBeauty for Purpose
ປະເພດBeauty pageant
ສໍານັກວຽກໃຫຍ່Port Harcourt
ສະຫມາຊິກ
Miss Grand International
ພາສາທາງການ
English
President
Kelvin Joseph Amroma
ບຸຄະລາກອນຫລັກ
Onyeka Agu (Deputy national director)
ອົງກອນປົກຄອງ
001 Entertainment
ເວັບໄຊnigerianqueen.org
The 1st runner-up TNQ 2021 Patience Christopher, who was appointed Miss Grand Nigeria 2021 to compete in Miss Grand International 2021 [] in Thailand.

The Nigerian Queen – abbreviated as TNQ and also known as Miss Grand Nigeria – is an annual Nigerian pageant which aims to find and promote exceptional young ladies with value and virtue positively affecting her generation and environment whilst having strong interest in humanitarian services. Formerly known as Queen of Trust, TNQ is organised by 001 Entertainment.[໑] Since 2021, winners represent the country at Miss Grand International.[໒]

The current titleholder is Bimbo Abayomi, who represented Lagos. Due to unforeseen circumstances she is unable to compete at Miss Grand International 2021, but retains her TNQ title while runner-up Patience Christopher has been named Miss Grand Nigeria 2021.

History[ແກ້ໄຂ]

001 Entertainment president, Kelvin Joseph Amroma, established Queen of Trust in 2009, with the first edition held in Port Harcourt. Winners adopt a platform (Known in Nigerian pageants as 'pet project') during their reign – an issue of interest affecting society. Once chosen, the winner uses her status to address the public regarding her platform. In 2015, halfway through the winner's reign, Queen of Trust was renamed The Nigerian Queen, with 2014's titleholder Onyeka Agu named deputy national director.[໓] In 2020, for the first time in the pageant's 11-year history, the TNQ final was held in Lagos instead of Port Harcourt.[໒]

Competition[ແກ້ໄຂ]

As with most major Nigerian pageants, TNQ comprises various segments including local costume, evening gown, and interview. Preliminaries are held before the grand final, and both fashion and talent shows are included. Prior to 2016, contestants wore their first names on their sashes to reflect their individual personalities (Between 2013 and 2014, famous football player names were used), but each girl now represents a state, with more than one contestant occasionally acting as state delegate. Unlike other pageants with strict rules regarding vital statistics, plus-sized girls are allowed to compete.

The most consistent awards at the TNQ finale are Best Dinner Gown, Best Local Costume (formerly Best Traditional Attire), Miss Popularity, Miss Photogenic, Most Talented, Top Model, and Nigerian Queen Multimedia. Other awards have included Miss Sportswoman and Miss Amity.

Prizes for the winner and runners-up vary each year; as of 2018 the winner receives a Hyundai car, 700 square metres of land, and ₦1,000,000 plus a trip of Dubai.[໔] According to the pageant's president Kelvin Joseph Amroma, during TNQ's first edition, the star prize was a television.[໓]

Scandal[ແກ້ໄຂ]

In 2016, Cynthia Ugbah resigned from her position as reigning TNQ after accusing organisers 001 Entertainment of sexual harassment.[໕] In a statement Ugbah stated "They wanted me to sleep with men for money and then given the money to them to better their own organisation. Apparently that's how it works. They are rogues, thieves, fake, and most of all broke, they need pretty girls to fetch them money." However, the organisation argued these were false claims, and Ugbah had been dethroned due to gross misconduct.[໕]

Titleholders[ແກ້ໄຂ]

Year Queen of Trust
(Queen of Trust International)
Runner-Up
Queen of Trust
Africa Miss
Queen of Trust
Nigeria
Queen of Trust
Super Model
Queen of Trust
Top Model
2009 Preye Inokoba Unknown
2010 Esthermary Chidinma Akpu
2011 Princess Nwafor
2012 Joy Ogiator Omoalukhe
2013 Regina Rapheal Ushene[lower-alpha ໑] Samantha Ubani Rebecca Nengi Hampson[lower-alpha ໒][໖] Edikan.P.Udonyan Not Awarded
2014 Christabel Ijeoma Iwuala[lower-alpha ໑] Onyeka Maryann Agu[lower-alpha ໒] Lizzy Ozoadibe Not Awarded Not Awarded
2015 Cynthia Chidinma Ugbah[lower-alpha ໑] Tender Chimelu[lower-alpha ໒][໗] Christy Ihentuge Tamara Robert Jasmine Uwemedimoh
Year The Nigerian Queen Runner-Up
1st Runner-Up 2nd Runner-Up 3rd Runner Up Top Model
2016 Winifred Uduimoh[໘]
Abuja
Lucia Adamma Udoh Precious Elemuwa Momoh Mamunat Denner Esther Onyedikachi
2017 Sandra Essien[໙]
The Flag of Akwa Ibom State.jpg Akwa Ibom
Precious Marcus Lilian Robinson Patience ngeribo Fuluife Nkechi
2018 Rachel Anume[໑໐]
Ondo State Flag.jpg Ondo (G)
Jessica Echendu Fiona Davies Ezinne Offiah Not Awarded
2019 Ezinne Elizabeth Umeh[໑໑]
Imo State Government.jpg Imo
Queen Uju Joy Ada Joy Agwu Eme Not Awarded Not Awarded
2020 Chikaodili Enobong Nna-Udosen[໒]
The Flag of Akwa Ibom State.jpg Akwa Ibom
Ugoaru Onuoha Mercy Babjide Not Awarded Not Awarded
2021 Abimbola Islamiat Rita Abayomi
Lagos State Flag.gif Lagos
Queen Joy Omanibe Patience Chenema Christopher Not Awarded Not Awarded

Notes

  1. ໑.໐ ໑.໑ ໑.໒ Dethroned/Resigned
  2. ໒.໐ ໒.໑ ໒.໒ Originally crowned Runner-Up. Took over title after original winner was dethroned/resigned.

Winners by State[ແກ້ໄຂ]

State Titles Winning Years
The Flag of Akwa Ibom State.jpg Akwa Ibom 2 2017, 2020
Lagos State Flag.gif Lagos 1 2021
Imo State Government.jpg Imo 2019
Ondo State Flag.jpg Ondo (G) 2018
Abuja 2016

The Nigerian Queen representatives at International beauty pageants[ແກ້ໄຂ]

Color keys

  •      : Declared as Winner
  •      : Ended as runner-up or Top 5/6 qualification
  •      : Ended as one of the finalists or semi-finalists
  •      : Ended as special awards winner

Miss Grand International[ແກ້ໄຂ]

Year Representative's Name State Title Placement Special Awards
ປະເທດໄທ 2021 Patience Chenema Christopher Kogi State Flag.png Kogi 2nd Runner-Up of The Nigerian Queen 2021 TBD TBD
Abimbola Islamiat Rita Abayomi Lagos State Flag.gif Lagos The Nigerian Queen 2021 Not able to compete
ປະເທດໄທ 2020 Chikaodili Enobong Nna-Udosen The Flag of Akwa Ibom State.jpg Akwa Ibom The Nigerian Queen 2020 Unplaced Bare Face in 2.30 minutes

Miss Eco International[ແກ້ໄຂ]

Year Representative's Name State Title Placement Special Awards
ປະເທດອີຢິບ 2021 Queen Joy Omanibe Adamawa State Flag.jpg Adamawa 1st runner-up of The Nigerian Queen 2021 TBD TBD

Miss Grand Nigeria[ແກ້ໄຂ]

Miss Grand Nigeria Editions
Year Edition Date Winner Entrants Local
pageants
Placements
at MGI
2015 1th 11 Sep Plateau – Ifeoma Jennifer Ohia[໑໒] 20 Unknown-Class article Unplaced
2016 2nd 11 Sep Edo – Rachael Onuwa Ikekhuame[໑໓] 18 Unknown-Class article Unplaced

Nigeria joined the Miss Grand International contest for the first time in 2014, represented by Tessy Kiri Bibowei who was appointed to the position by the Miss Earth Nigeria organization. Later in 2015, the license was transferred to a business person Loveth Ajufoh who organized the inaugural contest of Miss Grand Nigeria contest on 11 September 2015 in Lagos.[໑໒][໑໔] However, the license was brought back to the hand of Miss Earth Nigeria in 2019 and then to the Nigerian Queen organizer company 001 Entertainment in 2020.[໒]

Since 2020, the winners of the Nigerian Queen contest have been assumed the Nigerian representatives for the Miss Grand International pageant,[໒] in which the Nigerian got placement only once in 2021 by Patience Christopher of Kogi state.

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