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Doreen Nkemjika Duru Ms Charity World United Nations


Doreen Nkemjika Duru Ms Charity World United Nations, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photo by @A-Zphotography360, Emmanuel Udofa.
Doreen Nkemjika Duru Ms Charity World United Nations, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photo by @A-Zphotography360, Emmanuel Udofa.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Queen Doreen Nkemjika Duru Ms Charity World United Nations.


Full Name: Doreen Nkemjika Duru Title/Year: Ms Charity World United Nations. Pageant System: 8 Categories, Little princess, Prince, Miss and Mr Teen, Mr King, Miss, Mrs and Ms Age: 49 Education Level: B.Ed Zodiac Sign: Gemini Hobbies: Reading, praying, Traveling, dancing and acting. Platform: Volunteering Service to humanity. Year Competed: 2021/2022 Countries Visited: Ghana, Togo, Benin Republic, and Indian. Likes: Integrity, faithfulness, Value for human and discipline. Dislikes: Disvalue for human, injustice, lies cunning, and negative affirmations. Statue: Single World Class Beauty Queen Magazine: Please tell us about yourself. My name is Doreen Nkemjika Duru. I'm hail from Isiala Mbano in Imo State Nigeria. I'm the first child in the family of nine, I am born and grew up in PortHarcourt, Rivers State Nigeria. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Please tell us about your Education. I attended Army Secondary School Elele Rivers State. I proceeded to Alvan Ikoku College of Education Owerri, Imo State, where I studied French. I also obtained a B.Ed in English from the University of Port Harcourt and lastly, a Diploma and Certificate Course from Rhema Training Center. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What does women Empowerment means to you? For me, it means sensitization and equipping of women, aiding them build capacity in order to become more useful to themselves and for the society at large both for now and for the future. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about your pageant your history. On the 23rd April 2022 my friend Rita Reuben informed me of a local director who is rewriting her pageantry history, that this pageantry is a unique Royalty family that has no age barrier. I told her I was interested and got enrolled and joined the online Training for a week. I passed the information to my prayer team friends, they were excited and encouraged me to attend. At that time, I wasn't financially buoyant to sponsor the event. My friends assisted financially, purchased my gowns and paid for the trip to Abuja. 2nd May, I traveled to Abuja for the event, where I met other contestants from different states in Nigeria. We were about 45 contestants and I emerged top 10. The pageantry is of 8 categories little princess, prince, Miss and Mr Teen, Mr King, Miss, Mrs and Ms. We displayed our dresses; tribal attire, sports wear, cocktail gown, and evening gown and wore white gown for the interview session. Finally, I was crowned the winner in my category. I was excited, knowing that it is just the beginning of my success and a step to compete internationally. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What inspired you to do your first pageant? The desire to serve humanity as a crown Queen and impact them immensely, knowing how sharing my experience will help those desirous to chase their dreams but are almost at the point of giving up on it because of age barrier, money and either challenges of life inspired me to. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Why did choose to compete for your current title? The reason is because the category has no age barrier on like others and it's a title of it's own. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: To those unfamiliar with your pageant system, please tell us what is it about? It is an organization setting a pageant industry, to rewrite the history, so that those aspiring to become royalty can participate in the long lasting positive role models, real ambassadors and legend of our time. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What makes your director different from others? She is a goal getter, Godly, loving, self willed and a persistent lady. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine; What are you being judged on during the competition? I was judged on physical attribute, inner beauty, personality, intelligence, charitable involvement, through private interviews and relationships with other contestants. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about your experiences during the competition. It was an amazing experience for me. It was a privilege to meet other aspiring beautiful queens from over 60 countries who were talented, beautiful, lively and loving. I had contacts and made new relationships. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Who would you recommend your system to? To anyone who is aspiring to become a Queen or a king that would use the title to increase awareness of volunteering, to serve humanity, share compassion, kindness and impact largely to the society. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about your platform or what cause do you volunteer for? I volunteered for Quality Education. I'm very passionate about rendering Quality Education to children living in rural areas. My target is to ensure that children have access to quality education through the sponsorship of NGO's to ease parents who do not have access to afford quality education. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine; What appearances have you done with your title? Not much but I have visited Education House Academy in Port Harcourt, Sharker Height International School and Nigeria Embassy in Indian. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are some of your achievements? I am the CEO of The Onyx Montessori school, I also run an organization called Cradle Hub and Ezra Prayer Ministry. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What makes you stand out from all those other beautiful girls? Every other girls out there were stunning looking and gorgeous. For me, I put my Trust in God, constantly reminding myself who I am in Christ and always speaking positively to myself that I WILL WIN. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about the moment your name was called out as the winner? Wow! I was super excited and overjoyed knowing that my childhood dreams has come True. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What does it mean to you to be a Beauty Queen? Being a beauty Queen means a lot to me. It feels fulfilled because it has been my childhood dream. I have always desired to be like Queen Esther of the Bible. I love her and her service to humankind. To many it might be for all the gains that comes with it, but for me it was so more about being a blessing. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did competing in pageants helped your life? It has helped me built more confidence, able to developed social skills, poise and personality. I've been able to make new pageant family from other countries, create bonding and providing great opportunities for the crown and the new me. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did pageants helped your self esteem and body image? The pageant has helped me to focus more on my beauty and body look. I spend a good portion of my time doing indoor gym, eating healthy especially on fruits and vegetables. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: You are an inspiration to all the girls out there. How does it feel? I feel great and excited and I return all the glory to God almighty, who has showed me mercy and given me, strength, courage to forge ahead irrespective of the financial challenges. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What is your stage strategy to win the judges over? I am an optimistic lady who is bold, confident, has strong personality, beauty, personal style and fashion sense. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did you prepare for your competition? Firstly, I engaged in spiritual exercises, physically, mentally, tenacity, then focus. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your tips for learning right pageant dress? I Stay on Budget I Chose dress that compliment my body The colour of the dress. Knowing my audience Get Comfortable. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are tips for winning interview? I trust God Practice cat walk before the mirror. Optimism Self Confidence Positive Affirmations Smiles all through Eyes on the Crown. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What is one mistake that you've done during competing you wish you could redo and fix it? For me, there was no mistake during the competition, I had fun all the way with other contestants and made friends. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Any modeling or acting experience? Yes, I have acting experiences, in church, stage play, school show drama and will love to further into it. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine:What are your plans for 2022 as a Queen? I have collaborated with an organization to train and empower Teen girls who aspires to become queen and also invest more in my school business. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind? Faith in God, perseverance, patience, discipline and a goal getter. International Director: Mr leon Williams National Director: Queen Hadassah Gloria Ibinyingi Your Local Director: Queen Hadassah Gloria Ibinyingi Pageant Website: www.munp.org Name of the photographer: @A-Zphotography360. Emmanuel Udofa. My Sponsor: My first appreciation to God almighty who made it possible, strengthened, encouraged, protected me, and saw me through out the event. Thank you Lord. I want to also appreciate my mum Christiana Duru who supported me financially. My kid sister Helena Duru for her immensely financial assistance. My childhood classmate Mr Sunny Ayah, The first son in my family Inspector Francise Duru. My pastor Rev Tari Husdson Ekiyor. My prayer team friends, Stephanie Enueze, Njideka Emeruem, Rita Reuben, Daniella Omor. And all those who encouraged me , who secretly prayed and wished me well. May God bless you all. You guys rock, I LOVE YOU. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to say thank you for this amazing interview! Interview by Derek Tokarzewski Owner/Editor in Chief of World Class Beauty Queens Magazine.

Doreen Nkemjika Duru Ms Charity World United Nations, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photo by @A-Zphotography360, Emmanuel Udofa.

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