Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, a screen darling, is a total stunner. The actress is highly endowed, both with looks and curves. And she happily flaunts those assets at every given opportunity which makes many lust after her. The mother of four did same last weekend in Yenogoa, Bayelsa State during the grand finale of the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria 2013 beauty pageant.
Omotola, who was one of the MBGN 2013 judges, was recognised by the Silverbird Group during the event. And the honour fell on the state governor, Mr. Henry Seriake Dickson to present the award to the screen diva. Coming face to face with the actress on stage, even the Bayelsa State Chief Executive couldn’t but say it out aloud.
“Having seen you closely, I can see why they call you, Omo Sexy,” Dickson gushed as he sized up the actress, though his wife was seated at the front row while Omotola’s husband watched proceedings in the Banquet Hall of the Government House, venue of the event.
Omotola who thanked the governor and Silverbird Group for the award later announced the presence of her hubby, Captain Matthew Ekeinde, who had to seat elsewhere since Omotola was in the elevated area carved out for the panel of judges.
The actress, alongside Captain Bunmi Williams, Head, Uyo International Airport, Akwa Ibom State; Mohammed Jammal, a recording artiste; Jason Newsome, Hollywood celebrity producer/artiste; Ebizi Brown, Director General, Bayelsa State Tourism Development Agency; John Opara, General Manager, Lufthansa, Abuja; Ini Okorie, a businessman and Thandeka Sibisi, Executive Director, Two Glowing Sunset SA were judges for the MBGN 2013 event.
They were responsible for the emergence of 18-year-old Anna Ebiere Banner crowned the new MBGN. Banner, representing Bayelsa State, outshone 31 other beauties to win the most coveted crown.
The new queen, Banner walked home with N1million cash prize, an investment package worth N500,000 from a finance company, a brand new car, Cartier luxury wristwatch from Polo Limited and most importantly, she will represent Nigeria at the upcoming Miss World Beauty pageant holding in Indonesia on 28 September.
Banner, as an indigene of Bayelsa, the host state, was appointed the Special Assistant on Culture and Tourism to Governor Dickson, and will also serve as the state’s ambassador.
Stephanie Okwu, a 19-year old undergraduate of University of Lagos and representing Imo State, emerged the first runner-up. She will represent Nigeria in the Miss Universe 2013 beauty pageant in Moscow, Russia.
Twenty-year old Powede Lawrence representing Adamawa State was the second runner-up and will represent Nigeria in the Miss Tourism 2013 competition.