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Miss Imo Chisom Anyaegbunam filled with joy and pride after claiming 2nd at Miss Nigeria USA 2023

Chisom Anyaegbunam

The second runner-up Chisom Anyaegbunam representing Imo is filled with immense joy and pride as she reflects on her journey toward Miss Nigeria USA.

Anyaegbunam passion and dedication have paved the way for her to secure this coveted role, and she is grateful for the opportunity.

During her time in the competition, Miss Imo worked tirelessly alongside her fellow contestants, spending countless hours perfecting their performances and preparations.

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The camaraderie they built over the days they spent together felt like weeks due to their round-the-clock efforts to ensure everything was in place for the grand performance.

Anyaegbunam’s venture into the beauty and haircare industry has been a labor of love.

Her commitment to creating products that protect and enhance hair health is a testament to her dedication to self-care and helping others do the same.

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With the development of her first product underway, she aspires to educate and inspire people to embrace proper hair care routines.

Furthermore, Miss Imo is not only focused on her brand and business but also on her platform.

She has expressed her intentions to launch a curriculum aimed at teaching healthcare literacy, which is expected to take off as soon as next year.

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Anyaegbunam’s representation of Imolite in the competition is a testament to her dedication and passion. Her journey is a source of inspiration and pride for herself, her community, and all those who have supported her along the way.

We wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors as she continues to shine as a symbol of excellence and empowerment.

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