In a heartwarming display of sisterhood and support, the Miss Black Nigeria International Ambassador, Nonso Nnyagu has congratulated the winner of the Miss Nigeria USA 2023, Udeme Ikaiddi.
Ikaiddi beat 12 contestants to emerged the winner in the 6th edition of the pageant in Houston, Texas.
“Congratulations to Miss Nigeria USA 2023. We are so excited for you, and we cannot wait to see what amazing things you will accomplish during your reign,” Nnyagu continued by invoking the power of Black woman anthem, “You are build for this, you are amazing, you are strong, you are a queen,” she ended with congratulations, “Congratulations once again.”
The warm accolades expressed the sentiment that Ikaiddi was not only built for the role but destined to accomplish remarkable feats during her reign.
The Black-beauty queen heartfelt congratulations extended to the contestants resonated with genuine admiration and encouragement.
“Congratulations to all the delegates. You are amazing doing wonderful job. Congratulations ladies,” she concluded.
Embodying the essence of their mission, Nnyagu emphasizes the production of change agents—Black women poised to take the world by storm and make a significant impact in their communities.
“Their unique platforms serve as powerful tools for uplifting and expanding their causes, showcasing a profound commitment to making a difference,” Nnyagu told The African Press senior national correspondent in an exclusive interview at the Miss Nigeria USA in Houston.
In the spirit of unity and empowerment, pageant attendees including the reigning queens of other pageants, gathered to lend their enthusiastic support to the contestants, exemplifying the strength and sisterhood that their platform fosters.
The Nigerian-American Black-beauty queen conveyed her unwavering belief in her potential, highlighting her strength, resilience, and undeniable queenly qualities.
Through her uplifting message, the Miss Black International Ambassador showcased her commitment to celebrating and championing the achievements of Black women, embodying the essence of their decade-long mission to produce change agents for a brighter future.