By Tony Nwankwo
Miss Omonigho Magdalene hasÂ emerged asÂ Forever LivingÂ ProductsÂ Nigeria Limited (FLP) SONYA beauty queen.Â She beat other contestants to clinch the coveted title.
At a grand finale of the week-lone Forever Living Products 10th Anniversary celebrations at the Forever Complex in Ikeja, Lagos, Saturday, April 3. Magdalene beat other contestants including Ossai Naomi Kelechi, Eluwa Else Nkem, Racheal Onuwa Ikekhunma, Ododugha Ibhade Sophia, Chukwuma Cecilia Mary.
The event witnessed the re-union of company pioneer distributors, enterprising distributors and an excited audience who were all thrilled by a glamour-filled SONYA contest.Â It also witnessed a large contingent of distributors from Benin Republic with their â€˜SONYA Queenâ€™ in attendance.
The six contestants for Nigeriaâ€™s SONYA Queen position had the onerous task of professionally educated the audience on the several beauty SONYA products and their applications.Â This added to the cat walks with the contestants showcasing their own individual mastery and application of the SONYA range of Skin Care and Beauty Collections. In the end, beautiful Omonigho Magdalene emerged winner.
Speaking at the event, company managing director for Nigeria and Benin Republic, Mr. Cornelius Tay, said Magdalene Omonigho deserved her price in view of her regular use of SONYA products and her capacity to recommend the different applications as situations arise. She will carry Nigeriaâ€™s flag at the Abuja Rally next month, when Forever Living Products Nigeria is scheduled to host thousands of African FLP distributors. There will also be the presentation of profit share to qualifiers at the Abuja event.
The last FLP African Rally was held in Johannesburg, South Africa where over US$1.5 million was shared by top African distributors. Nigeria also produced Africaâ€™s 1st, 2nd and 5th top independent distributors for 2008. As part of the programme, the company assembled successful FLP distributors including pioneerÂ executives to give motivational talks to a large audience of old and new distributors at its Eagle Hall, a 750 seats auditorium at Forever Complex in Ikeja.