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Organizers of Miss Diva Awards
have explained why they are
honouring embattled ex-beauty
queen, Chidinma Okeke, despite her
alleged involvement in a series of
sex tapes which have been buzzing
the internet for weeks now.
“Chidinma didn’t have to meet any
criteria to receive this award. It was
solely the decision of the brand to
honour her,” Chijioke “Mr. Decency”
Awugosi, project coordinator of
DIVA Queens award, said.

“We are aware of the controversy
that will come with it. But we hope
that in due time, every well-meaning
and reasonable individual will see
the reasons behind the award.”

Trouble started for Ms. Okeke, the
former Miss Anambra 2015 who
hails from Orumba North in
Anambra State, when earlier in
October, sex videos were leaked on
the internet appearing to show her
in a racy scene with a fellow model
identified as Adaobi Nzekwe who
also doubles as her personal
At first, she vehemently denied
being involved in the video,
claiming her face was superimposed.

However, she slipped into new
depths when a second video was
released showing the ex-beauty and
her P.A. in a more sordid scene,
inserting a full cucumber fruit into
their private parts.

Vanguard newspaper reported
penultimate weekend that a third
one-hour long sex tape featuring the
disgraced former beauty queen and
that is much more graphic than the
first two snippets was about to hit
the internet. The report also cited a
source who said the tapes had been
released in retribution for Ms. Okeke
not holding up her end of a deal
with an unnamed “chief”.

This person reportedly invested money on the
pageant organisers to ensure that Miss. Okeke
would win and then also spent money for her
makeup and wardrobe. The deal also stipulated
that the unnamed donor would receive the
proceeds she made from her reign as Miss
Anambra, but Ms. Okeke allegedly reneged on the

Mr. Chijioke, also said the award’s organisers
were supporting the ex-beauty queen to curb the
exploitation of young girls by the “high and
mighty” in the modelling industry, who allegedly
use blackmail to tarnish the image and dreams of
young girls and bring the modelling industry as a
whole into disrepute.
“We chose to stand with Chidinma right till the
very end. We’ll give her every support we have
at our disposal; morally, psychologically, legally.

She is an icon and through her we can reach out
to thousands of girls who have or are on the
verge of being sexually exploited. It is a civilized
world, we shouldn’t be so judgmental,” he said.
Meanwhile, the decision to honour Chidinma has
drawn both criticism and applause on the social

While some found it disgusting to honour her,
others were of the view that she should be shown
concern whether she committed the act or not so
as to avoid a case of her being forced to suicide.

“I never wanted to talk about this issue on my
wall but this is getting stupid by the day. How can
you give an award to a lesbian instead of
following the law which states how many years
imprisonment she should face,” Embo Ems, a
Facebook user wrote.

Other supporters pledged their support on all
social media networks with the hashtag
#istandwithChidimma .

However, the implications of this scandal for
Chidinma are growing direr. After losing her
title, the former Miss Anambra was also
condemned by Anambra Broadcasting Service
(ABS), the organizers of the pageant.

In a recent development, The National
Coordinator of the Association for Universal
Moral Education Nigeria, Therese Nwodo,
blamed failed parenting for the alleged sex

The Catholic sister called on the Nigerian public
not to traumatize the beauty queen the more by
dramatizing her situation but to offer her
psychological and spiritual succor to overcome
the crisis.

“The lesbianism story about the beauty queen is
unfortunate; it is symptomatic of what is going
on in the society now. Our values have gone
down; parents are no longer available to teach
their children what is socially acceptable”, she
told News Agency of Nigeria.

In a lengthy post on Facebook, the embattled ex-
beauty queen said she feared she would be shot
at a press conference she scheduled to talk about
the scandal.

Nigeria is one of 38 African countries making up
about 70 percent of the continent that have
passed anti-gay legislation in one form or

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