Ace Event Organizer Recognise Few, Diss Others in His “Open Letter To Abuja Pageant Producers”

 Bearing in mind that the first Edition of Miss Goodwill Ambassador Nigeria is fast approaching, the producer, Amb. Chris Odey has written an open letter to other producers who have been there before him. Few names were mentioned while others ignored, does it mean other pageants/Producers are not important or dont deserve his respect?  Read his letter after the cut

TRUTHS MUST BE TOLD.

I RESPECT THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN HERE BEFORE ME (THE PAGEANTRY INDUSTRY IN ABUJA )…
With much respect to Sen. Ben Bruce of MBGN and Daily Times Miss Nigeria for creating the awareness and platforms for us to emulate.
But I am talking about the ordinary men and women who out of passion for the industry had to trek , borrowed, begged and owe just to put up a show… Outsiders will always talk shits, but as an event organizer for more than 2 decades,I know what it feels like when you don’t have major sponsors and you struggles to put together an event.
Without missing words:
Respect to:
MR EJIRO CEO (MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN ABUJA).
BARRY J CEO ( FINEST GIRL IN NIGERIA)
DESMOND AGBOOLA CEO (QUEEN OF ASO WORLD).
AMB. KINGSLEY AMAFIBE CEO ( MISS AMBASSADOR FOR PEACE).
FAJAQ CEO ( FACE OF DEMOCRACY NIGERIA)
MS CHINOR CEO ( MISS HERITAGE NIGERIA)
I will not forget States pageant organisers  especially the admirable ISABELLA AGBOR AYUK CEO (CROSS RIVER MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL PAGEANT).
I may not be able to mention all, but sincerely you’ve tried and I feel we can unite and make the industry better with new innovations and rebrand the industry to become more respected and be seen as an empowerment and job creation/value adding section to the Nigeria economy.
Let’s celebrate ourselves if not who will?.
Yours Sincerely

AMB. CHRIS ODEY
CEO, MISS GOODWILL AMBASSADOR NIGERIA PAGEANT.

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