By Christiana Ukung Alawa/Oto-Obong Clement Edet
Marshal Effiom and Marvelous Etim have both emerged Children’s Day Prince and Princes pageantry 2015 respectively.
The duo in separate remarks after victory, expressed joy and thanked God for their triumph. They lauded their parents for supporting them and advised other kids to work harder next time. They were immediately handed their winners prize money of 500 dollars each.
Earlier, the pageantry founder and organizer, Queeneth Orok expressed appreciation to her supporters for their continued support and partnership, “you are my back bone” she said.
Going further, Queeneth who is the Chief Executive Officer of Queenly Kiddies Makeover revealed that her love for children is the rationale behind the pageantry and her beauty salon. which is only for children.
Orok, a former Carnival Calabar Beauty Queen 2009 urged parents not to allow the self esteem of their kids wither away for lack of encouragement and hailed all the contestants as kings and queens in the making.
The contest also produced Divine Anthony and Hilda Ofonime as 1st runners up respectively, for the boys and girls category. Both of them received an instant cash price of 200 dollars each.
David Aniefiok and Charlvic Charles emerged 2nd runner up for the boys and girls category respectively. They were also rewarded with a 100 dollars cash prize each.
Alexander Dohotaru emerged most handsome male while Deborah Effiom emerged the most beautiful girl. Hilda Ofonime most photogenic girl while David Aniefiok and Charlvic Charles were named best dressed.
The event witnessed high turnout of guests including the CEO and Creative Director of LA’SHAKARA, Joseph Edet, Chief Executive Officer of Nova Rosta Ltd, Geraldine Itoe, CEO of Afifimma Couture and a host of other personalities.
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