Joy Omanibe appointed Miss Eco Nigeria 2021

23 Aug 2021 | Angelique Reyes

The organization of Nigerian Queen hosted the coronation ceremony for Nigerian Queen 2021 on 21st August 2021, at the Aztech Arcum event center in the garden city of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria, where Joy Omanibe was adjudged as the first runner-up and earned the opportunity to represent Nigeria at the upcoming edition of Miss Eco International and succeeds Miss Eco Nigeria 2020/2021 Victoria Ibiso Tony for the title.

Joy is a talented young model from Kogi state, an actress, a serial entrepreneur, and a graduate of Business administration from Houdegbe North American University, Benin Republic. She stands 180 cm tall and is excited about representing Nigeria at Miss Eco International 2022.



After being adjudged as the first runner-up and Miss Eco Nigeria 2021/2022, Joy took to her social media to share, "NIGERIAN QUEEN 2021 1st runner up and MISS ECO INTERNATIONAL NIGERIA. Last night I was sure still trying to get over the excitement. Thank you, The Nigerian Queen Organization, for giving me this huge platform. Thank you all for the love and support. I am looking forward to a greater reign. Thank YOU, GOD, for all."

Joy is a lover of adventure, music and is also the CEO of ‘Omanishades’ and cohost of ‘The LimeLight show’ on social media. The diva felt insecure about her long legs and height but now considers them her unfair advantage. Her beauty with a purpose is called, "Opportunity for all, which is aimed at providing ICT/technology training to teenagers and young people alike in rural communities in Nigeria, who can’t afford vocational/basic education due to the incapability of their parents/guardians to give them the future they desire.



The diva is strong, determined, focused, and honest about her dreams and ambitions in life and believes in working hard to achieve them. She is looking forward to meeting the delegates of the upcoming edition of Miss Eco International and starting her preparations for the competition to make Nigeria proud.