As the 37 contestants for this year’s Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria, MBGN pageant prepare to move to the camp, the President, Silverbird Group, Mr. Guy Murray-Bruce has advised the beautiful ladies to obey all rules at the camp.

Speaking at the news conference organized by the organisers, Murray-Bruce noted that the 2021 MBGN is a special edition because it is being staged despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to him, the organisers have followed all COVID-19 regulations in the screening of the contestants, an exercise he would love them to strictly adhere to while in the camp.

Murray-Bruce urged the contestants to be of good conduct, keep healthy mindset, put in their best and participate in all tasks given to them.

Earlier, the contestants were spotted taken breakfast but later showed up at the venue of the press conference before proceeding to the camp.

Speaking, the Brand Manager of Lush Hair, who is also one of the co-sponsors of MBGN, Mrs. Folashade Oluwafemi, said that the company is excited to be part of the pageant.

She said that MBGN has evolved over the years, describing it as a process and not just a pretty face affair, which the Lush Hair would be ready to participate annually.

“We know it is going to better every year,’ she stated.

A partner, Malta Guinness represented by Ifeoluwa Odedere says that the brand is happy to partner with MBGN family.

Believing that the event is going to be an exciting one, Odedere said he was excited to meet the beautiful contestants.

According to him, Malta Guinness will be hosting the contestants during the refreshment and fashion night, adding, ‘We are hoping to bring our vibrancy and nature to the event.’

For Pulse representative, Odion Okon, MBGN is a yardstick to measure pageantry in Africa and partnering with this pageantry is a huge one and it is going to be amazing.

“There is a kind of exposure that silverbird and MBGN have but this time around, it is going to be bigger. We are going to do our best because partnership has been one of our strengths” he noted.