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Oluwafeyijimi Modupeola Sodipo is Miss Nigeria 2011!

Congratulations to Oluwafeyijimi Modupeola Sodipo who was crowned Miss Nigeria 2011 on November 18th, 2011. We wish her a successful reign as Miss Nigeria!


The Miss Nigeria Title:  Since its inception in 1957, the Miss Nigeria Pageant has stood to represent the highest of ideals, showcasing the positive attributes of the Nigerian woman-Elegance, Poise, Talent, Intelligence as well as Beauty.

Miss Nigeria has always been a role model to young Nigerian ladies and a spokesperson for national volunteerism and charity, while using her title to educate the nation on issues of importance to her and the society at large. The Miss Nigeria Competition 2011, once again had no swimwear segment and our young ladies were judged on poise, intelligence, cultural values as well as beauty. Qualities that every family would be proud to see their daughters, sisters and mothers possess.

Throughout the years, the Miss Nigeria platform has afforded past winners with incredible opportunities within Nigeria and abroad. Miss Nigeria 2011 will be a young lady who reflects the tradition of style, sophistication and service.

Under the stewardship of Chief Adenike Oshinowo-Soleye (Mrs.) AOE events and Entertainment Limited, the new Miss Nigeria Competition infused old world glamour with modern elegance. The Competition evoked a time when beauty had substance and grace as well as respectability; a time when privilege came with responsibility.

Grand Prize:

Empowering women is our passion at the Miss Nigeria office. Opportunities arise on many platforms. To participate in the Miss Nigeria Pageant is to be part of a history dating back to 1957. It is a life changing experience.

’Educate a woman, Educate a nation’… (anon)

I. Full Scholarship to be educated in an Institution of Higher Learning, anywhere in the world.
II. A Luxurious Car
III. One year’s salary package
IV. Wardrobe for a year, from Vlisco Nigeria

As well as travel on Arik Air official carriers of Miss Nigeria 2011, 1 years supply of 100% human hair from Hair Fusion, with Salon services for a year, 1 year gym membership and Spa treatment from Four Points Sheraton, 1 week stay in the Le Meridien Ibom hotel, Make up scholarship from House of Tara, Business class tickets and expense paid trip to the Six yards exhibition in Holland and accommodation, 1 year supply-Venus products.


In October 2011 the Miss Nigeria Competition Zonal castings were held in 4 States in Nigeria, as well as in London and New York. With education and the family oriented competition as the key platforms and major focus of the Miss Nigeria Competition the calibre of our contestants ranged from first class graduates, doctors, and lawyers to scriptwriters. The 36 Contestants were selected from our zonal castings to represent every state in the Nation. For 2 weeks the contestants were housed at the luxurious Le Merdien Ibom hotel, in our Host Sate of Awka Ibom where they were brought together with numerous experts in a variety of fields to help prepare and teach important information necessary to a successful reign as Miss Nigeria 2011. Their stay at the Miss Nigeria resort was captured in a 2 week world-class Reality show called ‘Crowning of the Queen‘ aired on AIT and DSTV (November 18 – December 3, 2011 on Magic world).


On November 18th, Miss Ogun- Oluwafeyijimi Modupeola Sodipo was crowned Miss Nigeria 2011 ‘Queen Ambassador’.

Miss Nigeria 2011 ‘Queen Ambassador’- Oluwafeyijimi Modupeola Sodipo

Miss Nigeria 2010 ‘Queen Ambassador’- Oluwafeyijimi Modupeola Sodipo was born on May 3rd, 1990 in Lagos State. An origin of Ogun State- Queen Ambassador – Oluwafeyijimi has a diploma in Data Processing from Babcock University. The Queen Ambassador-has a passion for learning new languages and cultures, she currently speaks 4 languages Yoruba, Hausa, English and fluent German! A strong enthusiast of travel, singing and writing, the Queen Ambassador Oluwadamilola is also skilled in pattern cutting and dress making .

As the new Miss Nigeria, Queen Ambassador – Oluwafeyijimi intends to spend her reign highlighting issues pertaining to orphaned children around the Nation. Queen Ambassador Oluwafeyijimi will also spend her year working with both Federal and State Governments through the Ministries for Tourism, Culture and National Orientation, Ministry for Information; while also making herself available to work on special projects on behalf of International Non- Governmental Organizations.


This is an organization that is duly recognized by the Federal Government of Nigeria and endorsed by the three paramount Traditional Rulers in Nigeria.

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