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MISS NIGERIA, Isabella Agbor Ojong Ayuk

 
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Age: 26
 
Height: 5'11"
 
Vital Stats: N.A.
 
Hometown: Calabar
 
More Info: Isabella Agbor Ojong Ayuk was raised by a single mother.
 
Facial Beauty
8.2


 
Elegance
8.3


 
Eloquence
8.6


 
Body
8.4


 
Sash (Big4) Factor
7.9


 
Total Score
8.3


 

What We Liked


She is no longer a stranger in international pageant having competed in one pageant held in Jamaica.

What We Disliked


Nothing is really spectacular about her.


What We Thought

I think gone are the days that MGBN (Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria) produced great beauties capable of competing with the bigwigs. Where are the likes of Agbani Darego, Toyin Raji and Chinenye Ochuba? Unfortunately, Nigeria is not on the rise but instead on a downward slope when it comes to beauty pageants. It is not [...]

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Posted December 4, 2012 by Missosology

 
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I think gone are the days that MGBN (Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria) produced great beauties capable of competing with the bigwigs. Where are the likes of Agbani Darego, Toyin Raji and Chinenye Ochuba? Unfortunately, Nigeria is not on the rise but instead on a downward slope when it comes to beauty pageants. It is not to say that the Nigerians are no longer beautiful its just that the selection process did not do justice this time around. Isabella Agbor Ojong Ayuk is a mediocre beauty and does not even register to our dark horse list. We are not impressed by her in overall and there are controversies surrounding this girl. One of those alleges that she is 30 years old – way above the Miss Universe limit which is 26. I don’t expect her to shine in Las Vegas and I think her semifinals chances are way too narrow.

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