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Miss Amity 2014, Rosemary Nwokiri, has revealed that her involvement in Miss Tourism 2014 as a contestant and winning the Miss Amity prize was a stepping stone for. She also stated that it helped her in making an impact in the society. According to her, she is eying the crown of Miss Imo State 2015 beauty pageant, which she feels will go a long way in making her contribute better to the development of the state. She noted that beauty pageants are not all about winning and granting interviews to media, but rendering selfless service towards growth of a particular project which in turn will add value to lives. “I will contest Miss Imo State 2015 beauty pageant. I have a lot of things to get done where I came from. I do not believe beauty pageants should just be winning a contest and going to media houses for interviews. You have to show what you went for and make an impact. It is not about the organisation putting the best clothes on you and giving you a good car. There are lives waiting to be touched,” she stated. Rosemary who is currently studying Mass Communication at Flying Dove Polytechnic, Lagos, added that though she is a business oriented lady, but would like to practice journalism after leaving school. © 2014 Nigeriafilms.com Click the link below to go to... Genevieve Without Makeup: Cute Or Not? Men harass me ‘cos I’m big and sexy Foluke Darmola, Kayode Salako's Marriage Attacked Court Drama: Why Pastor Chris Okotie Wants this Guy Nailed! EXCLUSIVE: OBA OF LAGOS SETTLES D’BANJ, DON JAZZY'S RIFT AT LAST! Nigerian filmmaker curses Uganda Patience Jonathan Sick Again, In Europe For Treatment Maleke Appointed Edo Governor's SSA On Entertainment Matters
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