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#ThrowBackThursday: Most Beautiful Girls In Nigeria!!!

#ThrowBackThursday: Most Beautiful Girls In Nigeria!!!

This week, we are bringing you all the 30 MBGN (Most Beautiful Girl In Nigeria) winners from 1986 – 2015!! And we have added a special twist – for some women, we show you what they look like then, and for some others, we show you what they look like now!! You will be amazed by how beautiful all of these women still look. Like they saw, Black don’t Crack!!

Also, we have had two of these beauty queens on our covers?

Can you guess who they are?

Keep scrolling to find out!!

  1. 1986 – Lynda Chuba (Imo) – Miss Africa 1987

2. 1987- Omasan Buwa (Warri) – Semi-finalist in Miss Intercontinental 1987

3. 1988 – Bianca Onoh (Abuja)- Miss Congeniality in Miss Charm 1989 and Miss Intercontinental 1989

4. 1998 – Regina Askia (1st Runner-up in Miss Charm 1990) – Replaced Bianca Onoh

5. 1990 – Sabina Umeh (Niger) – Miss Personality in Miss World 1990

6. 1991 – Nike Oshinowo (Rivers)

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7. 1992 – Sandra Petgrave – Akwa Ibom

8. 1993 – Rhihole Gbinigie (Lagos) – Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any picture of her 

9. 1994 – Susan Hart (Benue)

10. 1995 – Toyin Raji (Kogi) – Miss Congeniality in Miss Universe 1995

11. 1996 – Emma Komlosy (Lagos)

12. 1998 – Chika Chikezie (Imo)

13. 1999 – Angela Ukpoma (Imo)

14. 2000 – Matilda Kerry (Rivers)

15. 2001 – Agbani Darego (Rivers) – Top 10 in Miss Universe 2001 & winner of Miss World 2001

16. 2001 – Anne Suinner (Abuja)

17. 2002 – Chineye Ochuba (Anambra) – Top 16 in Miss World 2002 & Miss World Africa

18. 2003 – Ceila Bissong (Cross River)

19. 2004 – Anita Uwagbele (Benin)

20. 2005 – Omowunmi Akinnifesi (Kwara)

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21. 2006 – Abiola Bashorun (Lagos)

22. 2007 – Munachi Abii (Imo)

23. 2008 – Adaeze Igwe (Anambra) – 2nd Runner-up Miss World Sport in Miss World 2008

24. 2009 – Glory Chukwu (Nassarawa)

25. 2010 – Fiona Amuzie (Plateau)

26. 2011 – Sylvia Nduka (Taraba)

27. 2012 – Isabella Ayuk (Cross River)

28. 2013 – Anne Banner (Bayelsa)

29. 2014 – Iheoma Nnadi (Akwa Ibom)

30. 2015 – Unoaku Anyadike (Anambra)

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