Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria – often abbreviated as MBGN – is a pageant organised by Silverbird Groupwith the main purpose of sending representatives to international competitions.
Originally known as Miss Universe Nigeria, it was renamed Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria after news publishers Daily Times lost its license to send delegates from rival contest Miss Nigeria to Miss World and Miss Universe.
We brings you 5 Ex MBGN holders who have gone from beauty queens to amazing mothers.
1. Regina Askia
In 1988, Askia-Williams – a former Medical student who had transferred from the University of Calabar to the University of Lagos – was crowned Miss Unilag.
That same year, she competed in the MBGN 1988 contest. Though she was the crowds favorite contestant as well as the outgoing Miss Intercontinental, Joan Maynard, she placed second. However, she became titleholder the following year when winner Bianca Onoh resigned.
She is a proud mother of two lovely daughters and she totally adores them.