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Nigeria’s Anita Asianya dominates at the International World Miss University pageant in China


January 22, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ NEWS and Gossip


 

Reigning World Miss University Nigeria (WMUN) 2015, Miss Anita Asianya, a Final year, Industrial Chemistry student of The University of Benin is currently in China to represent Nigeria at the International World Miss University Contest which will hold on the 27th, of January 2016 at Xiamen international Conference Center, Beijing, China.
The World Miss University contest is an international beauty contest held annually in
 since 1986, with an average of about 70 contestants from all over the World.
The contest, a celebration of beauty and intellect, strives to spread the message of love and peace all over the world by annually appointing a public service delegation among outstanding female university students. WMU is among the four most prominent international pageants in scale, alongside Miss Universe, Miss International, and Miss World. Among these, World Miss University is the sole United Nations and International Association of University Presidents pageant dedicated in promoting world peace and the importance of international relationships.
It already promises to be a successful outing  for Nigeria as Anita Asianya emerged as the contestant with the best presentation at the World Peace and Economy Forum held in Perking University popularly called Beijing University in China . The presentation  was centered around world peace and economic growth- with about 60 contestants from all over the world who participated.
According to the president, Temidayo L. KAFARU, Nigeria delegates HAVE NEVER EMERGED below the 5th position at the international stage of the pageant. He further explained ‘this is why the winners are carefully selected without sentiment or favoritism, and the judges ensure that the most intelligent contestants make the final three positions. Lastly he pledged that the organization will continue to use its national grassroots reach to empower female undergraduates to be self-confident and strive to be their personal best.
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