World Class Kings Magazine would like to welcome amazing King Okoronkwo Kelechi Valentine The Nigerian Teen King 2019.
Full name: Okoronkwo Kelechi Valentine
Title/Year: The Nigerian Teen King 2019
Zodiac sign: Taurus
Hobbies: Reading,watching movies,relaxing
Years competed: 1
Countries visited: None
Likes: watching movies,being with friends
Dislikes: Dull moment
World Class Kings Magazine: Please tell us about yourself.
I'm a selfless,self-motivated individual who doesn't do things because others do so. I try to do the best I can in my own way. I am a very quiet person and most times my quietness is misunderstood as pride. My motto is, "Be the best you can be and leave the rest".I am the 3rd in the family of 6
World Class Kings Magazine: Why did you chose to compete for your title?
I chose to compete in this pageant because for a very long time I've being into modelling,i have always looked out for a very good platform to showcase myself and immediately this opportunity came knocking, I leaped out of joy and embraced it. Also, I had a lot of friends who really talked me into going for it because they believed in me
World Class Kings Magazine: To those unfamiliar with your pageant system please tell us what is it about?
The Nigerian Teen pageant is a contest which enables the Nigerian people to showcase their talents, it is also a platform where their voices could be heard. This is the second year year of this contest and it features different models from different states. The pageant was created by Mr Dominic Emmanuel because he saw a lot of potentials in people
World Class Kings Magazine: What are you being judged on during the competition?
During the contest,we were judges by a lot of things like leadership qualities, talent showcase, physique, charisma, costumes but to mention a few.
World Class Kings Magazine: Which part of the competition was most fun for you?
The part of the contest that was most fun for me was the camping.There were a lot of activities but I enjoyed the early morning roadwork the most because it was mostly of energy, perseverance and endurance. The last two are my secret weapons so I utilized them the most
World Class Kings Magazine: Which part of the competition was most challenging for you?
The most challenging part was the grand finale. I had a lot of challenges from the other contestants.There were lots of doubt because everyone had their own unique weapon which hey all brought out at the end. I can still remember vividly being scared at son point
World Class Kings Magazine: What inspired you to do your first pageant?
Like I said earlier, I jumped into the contest because I saw it as an opportunity to showcase myself. Also, there was a lot of encouragement from people because they believed in me and knew I was up to the task
World Class Kings Magazine: What are some of you achievements?
My achievements ranges from some of the certificates I have bagged over time to my skills. It also circles on my lifestyles an success.
World Class Kings Magazine: Tell us about your platform or what charity you volunteer for?
The charity I volunteer for ranges from the fight against peer pressure to helping the motherless. Also, I have supported in so many charities organised by different royalties like fight against injustice to women, fight against rape but to mention a few.
World Class Kings Magazine: What are some of the appearances that you've done?
I have features in so many runway shows.
World Class Kings Magazine: Tell us about your evening wear?
My evening wear for the competition consisted of casual wear, creative attire, cultural attire and the formal suit and tie.
World Class Kings Magazine: What makes you stand out from all those other guys?
I practically stood out from others because of my quietness. It enabled me to study my fellow contestants to know their weakness and flaws so as to always be ahead of them.
World Class Kings Magazine: How did it feel to hear your name as the winner?
I felt so important. I was scared initially because I was the last to be called up in the top 4. So when I heard my name as the winner I was so dumbfounded and taken aback.
World Class Kings Magazine: What does the stole (sash) symbolizes to you?
My sash symbolizes strength, power,importance and recognition. I feel very important whenever I go for any event and being respected for my crown. So I will say it also symbolizes respect
World Class Kings Magazine: What does it mean to you to be a King?
To be a king means to carry the burden on others on your shoulder and believe me it's not easy.
World Class Kings Magazine: Any Modeling, Film, acting or music experience you would like to share?
I've walked the runway on different fashion shows and it was really fun most especially when you come to meet other models.
World Class Kings Magazine: What are your plans for 2020 as a King?
My plans for 2020 as a King would be to go into more runway shows and featured in more charities.
World Class Kings Magazine: What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?
The legacy I would like to leave behind is that which makes citizens recognised and valued. World Class Kings Magazine would like to say thank you for this amazing interview.
Okoronkwo Kelechi Valentine The Nigerian Teen King 2019, World Class Kings Magazine, Photo by Genius G Photography
Interview by Derek Tokarzewski Owner/Editor in Chief Mr United Nations 2018 Platform: Women Empowerment Ambassador to International Foundation for Orphans iffocares.org
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