The 9th edition of Miss Heritage Global pageant is scheduled to hold from September 30 to October 10, 2021.
The event which begins with the Entertainment Economic Summit 2021 will end with the coronation of the queen of Miss Heritage Global 2021.
This was disclosed at a Press Conference for the Entertainment Summit Africa/Miss Heritage Global 2021 which held recently at Transcorp Hilton Abuja, Nigeria.
The 9th edition of the Miss Heritage Global event which is aimed at promoting culture and tourism globally, was initially scheduled to hold last year in Vietnam but didn’t as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to the organisers, this year’s event themed ‘Abuja to the world’ will involve 60 participating countries and will be hosted by popular TV personality and actress, Nancy Isime, alongside international star “Tyson Beckford” and other performers and international stars at the event will be unveiled in the coming months.
About Miss Heritage Global (MHG)
President of (MHG), Nhlanhla Shabangu, said MHG was founded on the basis of celebrating all cultures of the world and showcasing the beauty in human diversity.
Miss Heritage is the first international beauty pageant that focuses on the promotion of heritage and is the only internationally recognized international pageant that is created and is based in Africa. Nigeria is a country rich with culture and with a heritage that connects Africans, African Americans and Africans in the Diaspora.
The 2021 event will showcase the diverse cultures that make up Nigeria and how these cultures come together to influence the world.
Heritage week Nigeria invites the world to experience firsthand this rich Nigerian culture create networking opportunities that foster global intercultural diplomacy and once again demonstrate the unity in our diversity.
We are confident that this event would launch a wave of innovative activations that will position Abuja and Nigeria as a whole as a vibrant and highly sought after Tourist and Entertainment Hub, Rife with Culture and outstanding lifestyle experiences that will attract FDI into the sector,” he said.