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#WCW: Miss World Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas, women uplifting women

Readers Lounge - By Gloria Nyang'iye | December 18th 2019 at 09:25:00 GMT +0300

Unwavering support: Nyekachi displayed confidence and grace when Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh was crowned Miss World 2019

Our Woman Crush Wednesday this week is Miss World Nigeria 2019, Nyekachi Douglas. You’ve probably seen the heartwarming viral video of the beauty queen losing her mind in excitement for Jamaica’s Miss World 2019, Toni-Ann Singh. The enthusiastic runner-up may not have won the ‘Miss World’ grand title, but she won our hearts.

The 21-year-old Nigerian-born beauty pageant queen is a prime example of how women should support and uplift each other. By doing so, she displayed immense confidence, in the sense that she is secure enough to show unwavering support for another female’s success. Nyekachi is not about to be forgotten any time soon!

Girl power: Miss World Nigeria 2019 showed genuine support for Miss World 2019
Beauty queen: She certainly wasn't a runner-up for no reason
Legs for days: Nyekachi is a lofty 6 1/2 ft of beauty and grace
Simplicity: Of course Nyekachi can make a basic crop top look high fashion!
Classic red lip: We love it when the pageant queen rocks her natural mane, complete with this gorgeous red lippy that complements her ebony skin
Girl boss: The 21-year-old looks like the ultimate #GirlBoss in this sexy gold suit
Natural queen: Nyekachi actually rocked her gorgeous natural hair at the Miss World 2019 contest

Images: Instagram (@nyeka_d, @therealjusticedept, @womenintheworld)

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