Igbo cultural group performing at the NIDO Leadership Award in Hamburg, 2014. In addition to the beauty contest, Miss Nigeria Germany 2019 will also feature live music, a fashion show, comedy sketches, hip-hop fest and traditional dances /Photo: African Heritage

Nigerian beauty, music and culture on display in Hamburg today!

That the jury will have a tough time selecting the most beautiful Nigerian woman in Germany on 5 October is certain.

The number of qualified candidates who have been screened and cleared for the beauty pageant makes that fact clear.

Among those set for the battle of the Naija beauties are Abigail Johnson, Deborah Oyedeji, Christiana Johnson, Confidence Nmonze and Emmanuela Solomon.

Joy Chinyere Ogugua, Miss Nigeria Germany 2015. She has been holding on to the crown for the past four years as the 2019 contest is the first to be held since she was crowned / Photo: AHM


The huge interest the contest has elicited in the community is understandable. The 2019 edition is the first to be held since 2015, when Joy Chinyere Ogugua emerged winner. She has been holding the crown for four good years! No wonder the enthusiasm of Nigerian beauties to take over the prestigious crown.

Deborah Oyedeji, one of the aspirants for the Miss Nigeria Germany crown /Photo: African Heritage


All roads lead to Hamburg on Saturday, 5 October for the show of the year as the event, organised by African Heritage Media in collaboration with African-German Information Centre, in addition to the beauty contest will also feature live music, a fashion show, comedy sketches, hip-hop fest and traditional dances.

Abigail Johnson
Christiana Johnson

Among the diaspora-based Nigerian artists to perform in Hamburg are Toni Tuklan, Me-Razor, Okwudili Obi, Carmen Amaka, Cbily and Sofia Robert. Moreover, stand-up comedians Okwudili Obi and Fineface of Bremen will crack the ribs of the audience.

Aside the beauty pageant, there’re other contests to be won at the event, including the Most Elegant Man and Most Elegant Woman as well as the Best Traditional Costume of the evening.

Moreover, companies with a focus on Nigeria will make presentations of their businesses at the event and seek and offer partnerships. So, Hamburg 2019 is also good for business networking.

Team Miss Nigeria Germany 2019, comprising of Tony Air, Prince Ijo and Juliet Ohenhen, and moderator Kenneth Eze are sure to make the Hamburg Naija Show 2019 a memorable event.

Don’t miss it!

Austin Ohaegbu

  • Miss Nigeria Germany
  • 5 September 2019, Time: from 7pm
  • Kulturzentrum, Hammerbrookstr. 43, 20097 Hamburg (S-Bahn Hammerbrook)
  • Contact: +494035964940, mng@agic-hamburg.de

Check Also

Germany’s leading African film festival celebrates 30th anniversary

What began in 1992 with a modest selection of "Films from West Africa" in Cologne's smallest cinema, the Filmpalette, has developed over three decades into Germany's most important and comprehensive presentation of contemporary filmmaking from all parts of Africa and its worldwide diaspora.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *