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Miss Nigeria 2011: Register Now!

Empowering women is our passion at the Miss Nigeria Competition. Opportunities arise on many platforms. To participate in the Miss Nigeria Competition is to be a part of history dating back to 1957. It is a life- changing experience. The winner of the 2011 Miss Nigeria Competition will walk away with:





  • Full Scholarship to be educated in an Institution of Higher Learning, anywhere in the world.
  • Luxury Car
  • One year’s salary package of N3million naira.
  • Wardrobe for a year, from Nigerian designers.

The zonal casting dates and venues are as follows:

  • Abuja Zonal Castings being held on Sunday October 2, 2011 at DAAR Communications, AIT Center, Kpaduma Hill, Off T.Y Danjuma Street, Asokoro, Phase 4 Extension, Asokoro District, Abuja.
  • Rivers State, Port-Harcourt Casting – Saturday October 8, 2011
  • Edo State, Benin Casting – Saturday October 15, 2011
  • Lagos State Casting – Saturday October 22, 2011


  • All participants must be 18 years of age and not older than 25 years of age by October 1, 2011.
  • All participants must be Nigerian citizens.
  • The contestants will be judged on poise, intelligence, natural beauty, character and their potential ability to be an ‘ambassador’ for Nigeria.
  • All participants must have a minimum qualification of O-levels, SSCE or the equivalent.
  • All participants must not be married.
  • All participants must not be mothers and must not be pregnant.
  • All participants must have no visible tattoos.
  • All participants must have no criminal record.

How to Register

  • Contestants within Nigeria must pay N5,000.00 (five thousand naira only) into the MISS NIGERIA ACCOUNT: NUMBER 514 203 0006 316 at any First Bank branch.
  • Contestants outside Nigeria- in the United States must pay $35 (thirty-five dollars only) into the following account:
  1.  Bank Name: First Bank Nigeria Plc.
  2.  Account Name: Miss Nigeria Project
  3.   Account Number: 4492900730027
  • Contestants outside Nigeria- in the United Kingdom must pay 25GBP into the following account
  1.  Bank Name: First Bank Nigeria Plc.
  2.  Account Name: Miss Nigeria Project
  3.  Account Number:  4492900730044
  • Contestants must fill the teller with capital letters clearly, indicating full name and telephone number. CONTESTANTS MUST THEN KEEP THE TELLER REFERENCE NUMBER TO FILL IN THE REGISTRATION FORM ONLINE.
  • Contestants must log on to the Miss Nigeria website to fill in their details. REGISTRATION forms are available ONLY ONLINE at
  • Contestants must fill in the teller reference number before completing and sending the registration form.

Documentation to be brought to the casting venue

  1. The Original copy of the First Bank of Nigeria Plc Deposit Slip (Teller) and receipt.
  2. A copy of your birth certificate.
  3. Your ID card or travel Passport.
  4. 2 recent A4 sized colour photographs (one head-to-shoulder and one full body length) in appropriate dressing (Please note: Photographs will not be returned).
  5. A copy each of your educational certificates.

Miss Nigeria Rules

  • Rules attached herewith are applicable to all Miss Nigeria entrants.
  • The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • To receive the scholarship awarded, the Queen must successfully complete her reign and prove acceptance to a higher educational facility, within a year after her reign is complete.
  • Miss Nigeria will maintain a reputation of good moral character; failure to do so may result in the forfeit of her title and in such a case the 1st Runner-Up will succeed.
  • Any complaints of questionable character would necessitate the Miss Nigeria Committee meeting and voting on the decision of poor conduct.
  • All Miss Nigeria finalists will be required to perform a limited number of engagements. She will therefore not be eligible to enter another pageant competition.
  • The new Miss Nigeria will remain contracted to AOE to perform community related projects for 2 years after the completion of her reign, subject to a maximum of 12 days per year.
  • The criteria set out above are in accordance with international pageant requirements.  REGISTER NOW!!

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