Miss Kasi Usani Wins Face Of Niger-Delta Cultural Pageant 2021 Contest

Miss Kasi Usani has emerged winner of this year’s Face of Niger-Delta Cultural Pageant contest.

She carted home a car, an endorsement deal, and would be involved in running a project with the World Kindness Initiative Nigeria (WKIN), and signed to FONDCUP Nigeria Limited and NDDC for one year.

The 21 years old undergraduate of Lagos State Polytechnic, Miss Usani represented Cross River State in the just concluded FONDCUP 2021 competition.

Miss Kasi beat 8 other outstanding contestants from the other Niger Delta states, to emerge the winner of the coveted contest held recently at the Duellaz event Centre, Uyo, Akwa-Ibom State.

Organized by FONDCUP Nigeria Limited, in conjunction with World Kindness Initiative Nigeria, Ethel Women Initiative and LUCHY and Mandy Foundation. It is sponsored by Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

The event which is the 2nd edition was an opportunity for aspiring models, pageant models and young maidens within the Niger Delta region, to achieve their dreams as it was not a winner takes it all event.

It awarded two other queens, Edo state’s Miss Faith Iguodala Etinosasere, who emerged as the 1st Runner Up, She will work with telecommunication companies as the TV show host of FONDCUP project on the culture and tradition of the Niger Delta region for a period of one year.

While Miss Grace Ekrakene from Delta state emerged 2nd Runner Up, with a different portfolio as the face of FONDCUP Tourism, amongst others; they were as well named brand ambassadors for the organization in the year 2021/2022.

Miss Kasi Usani’s duties, as the crowned queen of Face of Niger-Delta Cultural Pageant 2021/2022, include preaching love, kindness, peace and unity amongst the Niger Deltans.

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She will show Nigerians and the world that the Niger Deltans are beautiful and hardworking people.

Speaking on the sole objective of the event, the CEO of the firm, Elizabeth Efe Era said, the idea is to empower young women within the Niger Delta region, with an interest to be self-reliant, foster peace and unity in the region.