Atakpu oromosele Jude Mr Fashion Niger Delta 2023
World Class Kings Magazine would like to welcome amazing King Atakpu oromosele Jude Mr Fashion Niger Delta 2023.
Full name: Atakpu oromosele Jude ( also know as Hillary)
Title/Year: Mr Fashion Niger Delta 2023
Pageant System: Representing of different Niger Delta state
Zodiac sign: Scorpio
Hobbies: swimming, cycling, singing
Platform: Mr and Miss Niger Delta Best Model
Years competed: 2020, 2023, two years now
Countries visited: None
Likes: love real people
Dislikes: proud people and fake people
World Class Kings Magazine: Please tell us about yourself.
I am Hillary hills, a model, an actor, a chef, 6.1ft, from Edo State in Nigeria, and undergraduate in the university of uyo, uyo. Studying business management, a loving and fun person, am one with the positive energy.
World Class Kings Magazine: Why did you chose to compete for your title?
I competed because I was looking for a platform were I can reach out to the ones who aren't privilege to stand up for them, be their voice mostly in this Niger Delta region.
World Class Kings Magazine: To those unfamiliar with your pageant system please tell us what is it about?
It is a Representation of Niger Delta, the beauty of culture and tourism and promote peace among member states.
World Class Kings Magazine: What are you being judged on during the competition?
1: those who represent each state and how well they know about their state
2: the cultural outfit of that state of representation
3 : stage management, confidence level, charisma,
4:and ability to answer questions as kings, and communicate effectively with the audience.
World Class Kings Magazine: Which part of the competition was most fun for you?
The camp activities was fun for me, because I got to meet people from different state, get to interact with them and build social friendship, I also get to learn about other people culture, that was the fun part of the competition.
World Class Kings Magazine: Which part of the competition was most challenging for you?
On stage, that was the most challenging part of it, facing people, changing up real quick in the changing room, and putting your craft together on stage was challenging but it is all cool.
World Class Kings Magazine: What inspired you to do your first pageant?
In 2020 I contested for the congenial king and queen world, the beauty for positive impact was what captured me, as pageant kings and queens we are not only beautiful, but we also want to make impact in our society, reach out to people and help those who feel hopeless.
World Class Kings Magazine: What are some of you achievements?
My achievement so far, using my crown to help people, I have feature in few movies, it brought me recognition at different state level.
World Class Kings Magazine: Tell us about your platform or what charity you volunteer for? I volunteer for community service were I help clean and take care of the environment, and tourist areas hoping to promote people who are United, not withstanding their social differences. World Class Kings Magazine: What are some of the appearances that you've done?
I have gone to schools to educate them on the dangers of leukemia and how early detection and treatment can save life, I also shared books an writing material to encourage them on the importance of education.
World Class Kings Magazine: Tell us about your evening wear? My evening wear, was a black tuxedo that has silver printing at the edges, with a golden bolt tie and waist trainer, a white shirt, a black pants and a pair of black leather shoes.
World Class Kings Magazine: Tell us about your national costume? We have different National constume but I used a red tailored top and a printed skirt, with beads to adorn the head, neck and hands I also held a staff, this constume is being used by the oba of Benin during cultural festivals.
World Class Kings Magazine: What makes you stand out from all those other guys?
My height, my charisma, the ability to manage tension while on stage made me to stand out.
World Class Kings Magazine: How did it feel to hear your name as the winner?
I was the first runner up , it was exciting and made all my tension give way for happiness and joy.
World Class Kings Magazine: What does the stole (sash) symbolizes to you?
It symbolises the strength of the Niger Delta in the fashion world telling other nations of the world how beautiful and endowing my culture can be.
World Class Kings Magazine: What does it mean to you to be a King? Be able to represent the brand, use my position as a king to reach out and help people and be a good role model or mentor to those who wishes to take up modelling as a profession.
World Class Kings Magazine: Any Modeling, Film, acting or music experience you would like to share?
Have done a few music audition same with acting, I have also feature in some songs and movie, I have also walked on the warriors during warri art festival, and leuti fashion show.
World Class Kings Magazine: What are your plans for 2023 as a King? My plans are to reach out to those suffering from kidney disease on the street but don't have money to go for scan, test and treatment, so I will be working with hospital and NGOs so that people can receive treatment for their kidney with low amount.
World Class Kings Magazine: What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?
I will love to leave behind one hope and joy for the common man, that even when I am not there people will always make reference to what I did and how it affected the society positively.
Thanks for having me, God bless. Photo credit : Starlink Studios Pageant website: Mr and Miss Niger Delta best model National director: Ghadween smart.
World Class Kings Magazine would like to say thank you for this wonderful interview.
Atakpu oromosele Jude Mr Fashion Niger Delta 2023, World Class Kings Magazine, Photo by Starlink Studios Interview by Derek Tokarzewski Owner/Editor in Chief Mr WorldClass 2023 Mr United Nations 2018 Platform: Women Empowerment Ambassador to International Foundation for Orphans iffocares.org
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