Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Scandal Hit MBGN AS Miss World Disqualifies 2012 Winner Over Age

                                 Issabella Ayuk                                                Damiete Charles Granville (1st runner up)
Scandal has hit the MBGN 2012 as the winner Isabella Ayuk has been disqualified by Miss World organizers over age..The organizers are now doing lot of damage control to save the mess. This was the mail that exposed the winner and response of organizers Silverbird

The Mail:Corruption in MBGN!
No doubt corruption is now a way of life in Nigeria and as such you find corrupt practice in anything we do in Nigeria.
Few months when I raised the alarm that Isabella Ayuk, the lady who won the crown of the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) is more than 26years which she claims she is, many felt I was Blackmailing her! I knew this because her younger sister who was my classmate in secondary school is now 27years old.
Today the truth has been told which the organisers of the MBGN, the Bruce family knew even before she contested! But instead, favoured her to be the winner because Isabella is dating Hon Emeka Ihedioha, the Deputy Speaker House of Representatives Abuja and she also warms the bed of a big time businessman Henry Imasekha, a very close friend of James Ibori.
Today she has been disqualified from contesting in the Miss World Pageant due to age factor which she lied about and as such the first Runner up Diamete Charles will now represent Nigeria.
My question is What Kind of Country do we Live in? Even in the Pageant industry there's corruptio!. The Bruce family have now disgraced themselves and Nigeria before the entire world. Pls Rebroadcast to say no to Corruption in Nigeria.-
Juliet Eyiboh. Writes in from Calabar.


Silverbird Response: MBGN REPRESENTION, SILVERBIRD CLEARS THE AIR
The management of Silverbird, organisers of the annual Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria and Africa's longest running beauty pageant will be sending MBGN First Runner up, Miss DIAMETTE CHARLES GRANVILLE, to represent the country at the Miss World pageant holding in Mongolia, China in August.
MBGN winner, Miss ISABELLA AGBO AYUK will represent Nigeria at the Miss Universe.
MBGN Second Runner up, Miss IFEOMA UMEOKEKE will be at the Miss Tourism International holding later in the year in China
In a signed statement, the management said the decision was in the best interest of the beauty ambassadors, the company and the country at large.
'As we celebrate our 25th anniversary in the world of beauty pageantry, Its our wish not to only raise the bar but replicate the groundbreaking records achieved by Agbani Darego as the first Black Africa's Miss World 2001 as well as some past queens who have achieved remarkable results at some renowned international pageants in the recent past.
While we seek your understanding, we also urge you to pray for their victory at the various global beauty pageants where they will be flying the country's flag"
Signed
GUY MURRAY BRUCE
Group Vice President, Silverbird

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