The overall winner of the 2023 queen/miss Delta international beauty pageant will go home with a plot of land worth N2m in Asaba Delta State Capital.

This comes as the organisers, Queen Delta International Concept announces the commencement of registration for the Queen/Miss Delta International 2023 tagged “Self Boss Edition”

Registration is pegged at the paltry sum of N5,000 and payable to Mayorkings Agency, with Access Bank account number 0063345262. 

Participants are expected to forward receipt or Teller via WhatsApp to +2349038563529 for confimation and processing of their registration forms. 

Registration begins May 1 and lasts till the end of the month. 

Requirements released by the organisers says it is open to AlI Females btw Age 18yrs -35yrs, Height, Color, Size and Shape Not A Barrier. 

Also, contestant must posses a minimum of SSCE, must be indigenes of Delta State, non Delta indigenes who schooled or have stayed in Delta for a minimum of 10yrs can participate. 

Audition will take place in locations across the state, including Ozoro, Abraka, Asaba, Agbor,Sapele, Ughelli and Warri

First runner up will smile home with skill training and starter pack worth N1.5m, second runner up will get brand ambassadorial deal worth N1m for 1year.

There will also be lots on consolation prizes for all participants.

Intending participants are urged to hurry up and grab registration form.

They can call 09038563529, 08066640943.

The organizers however called on well meaning individuals and corporate organizations to key into this noble laudable Project to better the life of Delta Girl child while expressing Appreciation to Mayorkings Agency Group and Eagles Heights Properties & Investment Ltd who had already indicated partnership for the auspicious event project.



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