The prizes for the winners have been changed.
After the huge success that heralded the maiden edition of the beauty pageant, Face of Peace, the organisers, Blumoon Imaginationz, have announced the commencement of the 2013 edition with the opening of sales of form.
The grand finale of the maiden edition of the pageant took place at Oriental Hotel, Lagos last year with Uti Uwachukwu and Matse of Nigerian Info as host. Zimuzo Benson, a Pschycology graduate from University of Nigeria, Nsukka, emerged the winner; going home with $10, 000 and a car.
Chioma Precious, an undergraduate from Nnamidi Azikiwe University, emerged the first runner-up. She got a $5,000 trip to Ghana and a 42-inch Plasma TV; while Amuche Arjuh from Nnamdi Azikwe University emerged the second runner up.
This year, the organisers said they are planning to host the show outside Lagos and have concluded plans to have contestants from the U.K. and other African countries. There will be auditions in the U.K. and some African countries; while selected contestants from these countries will join the contestants in Nigeria to slug it out for the crown on November 16.
Organisers said interested participants can visit www.faceofpeaceafrica.com for details; while the prices for winners have changed including that of the overall winner who would now receive $15, 000 as against $10 000.
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