Thursday, November 3, 2011

Photo of the Day: MBGN 2011 Sylvia Nduka

14 comments:

  1. She looks pretty and firm

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  2. skin too dry and not looking supple, evidence of good living shd show all over a queen, eat more veggies & drink jugs of water...hope u get far n d contest....wt d kind of girls that comes for Ms World, my sister i 'wish u luck'

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  3. She is fine, not everyone will have to be xtremely light skinned to look beautiful. she is pretty and would go far in the contest. Agbani to me didnt even near her, yet she won.

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  4. All she needs is God’s favour

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  5. u & I know Agbani's crown was bought for her a la stella Obasanjo......i stl stand by my words, if am proved otherwise, i'll swallow my pride and come back to apologise...no qualms & who says am talking about skin color here? read my lines well....am black & proud myself

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  6. I sincerely dont know about that pleaseeeeeeee. how could you say a thing like that. She won the beauty contest and that is it.

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  7. cute gal.all d best gal......

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  8. She's pretty. For the Miss World contest, she doesn't have the oomph factor. Preggie i agree with you as usual.

    With Agbani, she has a fabulous body/bone structure. Her cheekbones are legendary and her broad shoulders are Naomi-like. I wish she can recapture her shapely self. She's looking a bit gaunt these days. If Agbani had made it as a top model, i think her make-over would have been better than Oluchi's (i tend to compare them a lot! LOL!!)

    Those are some of the things they look out for. She has a nice smile and the year she won, she answered her questions well.

    Yes, Stella gave the organisation a lot of money that year and i read the contest was zoned to Africa for that slot. With the income the Morleys got from Late SO, the crown had to go to Agbani.

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  9. Ginika bless u sis, when people on my level talk I know, t was not an earsay I was opportuned to be part of d jamboree that brought MW contest to Nig then, Morley just couldnt resist d dough, t was more than the crown & it was part of 'rebranding' naija then......when am talking of skin that's glowing I know what am saying,....what they r looking for is just not 'cause she won n naija, haba lets look beyond our noses...i'll stl continue to wish u luck

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  10. Unfortunately, the Nigerian rep to the Miss World, Sylvia Nduka did not make it to the top 30
    -Niyi Tabiti

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  11. Thanks Mr. Gistmaster. Good to have you here. LOL!

    I gave up La Liga football to watch it last night. I caught it up from when they were 30. I didn't see her. Even in all the activities, she wasn't visible. I guess she just went to make up the numbers. Congrats to Miss Venezuela.

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  12. @ Niyi Tabiti Lol...just like Ginika said good to have you here man. UW

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