Newly crowned Most Beautiful Face in Nigeria Queen 2019, Miss Aisha Isa says she will use her office to secure justice for victims of domestic violence and other social vices in the country.
This will start with public awareness campaigns on the dangers of social abuse to societal growth, Miss Isa told MK Reporters.
“I will be their mouthpiece and will also be having workshops and Seminars to sensitize the public about it,” said the Cross River native in an online interview, Monday.
Isa, 22, who has previously won several modeling contests hopes to use her new title “to bless lives positively.”
She however wants Nigerian parents to back their children seeking to make impact through modeling like her.
“Parents should learn to support their children’s dream.
“Modeling has shaped my life positively, so why wouldn’t I allow my child to become a model if she/he wishes to?
“There’s nothing absolutely wrong with modeling industry,” she said.
Miss Isa beat 20 other contestants to clinch the MBFN title on Saturday in Lagos, Southwest Nigeria.
She faced several threats including eviction attempts while standing in the contest, before emerging top.
“I was up for eviction twice in camp.
“My fellow contestants nominated me for eviction but I made sure I was always early for camp activities and kept a cheerful personality in all that I did,” she said.
The Lagos university undergraduate will unveil her full programme plan this week, it was learnt.