It was a celebration of beauty, brains and elegance as Nelian House of Creativity held the second edition of her Little King and Queen Pageant for the year 2017.
The event which was held at Beautiful Gate Resort, Agu Awka had in attendance personalities from all works of life ranging from pageant kings, queens, parents, children, well-wishers and a host of others.
Speaking at the event, the Chief Executive Officer Nelian House of Creativity and Organiser of the pageant Miss Ogechi Ochiagha said that she was delighted with the turnout of people who came in mass to support her event.
According to Miss Ochiagha, this was a dream come true, adding that the essence and goal of the pageant was to empower young children, make them believe in themselves and show case their talents to the world.
She added that her organisation will continue to do more, support little children and keep the dreams of Nelian House of Creativity alive.
She further said that NHC Little King and Queen Pageant was part of projects undertaken by Nelian House of Creativity to train and empower young Nigerian Children who could compete favourably with their counterparts across the globe and become great future leaders of Nigeria.
Also speaking at the event, the outgoing Queen NHC 2016, Miss Adaeze Okafor said she was grateful to her parents and Nelian House of Creativity for all the love and support showed her during her reign, adding that she will continue to support NHC even as she steps down.
The winners of the pageant were chosen through a panel of judges and members of audience were given the opportunity to vote for the People’s Choice Award.
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