QMA Cultural and Leadership Pageant 2021 Form

Celebrating embodiment of Beauty, Cultural Reawakening, Intellectual Qualities, Yorùbá Women Empowerment, and Engine of Economy Growth. “We need to reawaken the legacy of the impact of this traditional icon which was trying to go into extinction if not salvaged, Queen Móremí remains indelible new dawn of great awakening for the development of the Yorùbá culture. This mission is very close to my heart and touches my global re-enactment of the Yorùbá culture.” ~ OONI ENITAN ADEYEYE OGUNWUSI OJAJA II

2021 REGISTRATION CRITERIA


  1. You must be fluent in both English and Yoruba
  2. You must have a skill
  3. You must be between the age of 18-25 years
  4. You must be able to cook your indigenous meal
  5. You must follow our Instagram handle @qmainternational
  6. All interested registrants MUST know that failure to possess any of 1-4 will result in automatic disqualifications.


FILL THE BELOW REGISTRATION FORM FOR THE QUEEN MOREMI AJASORO CULTURAL AND LEADERSHIP PAGEANT 2021. REGISTRATION CLOSES ON 25TH OCTOBER, 2021 BY 6PM (GMT+1)


    Full Name


    Email Address


    Telephone


    Alternative Contact Number


    State of origin


    Instagram Handle


    Age


    Education Background


    Employment Background (if any)


    In three (3) sentences describe yourself


    List 2 of your favorite indigenous meal


    Why are you interested in becoming the next Queen Moremi?


    Describe your life ambitions in a sentence


    Do you have any practicing entrepreneurs skills? List and share your experience.


    List any titles or awards won


    Celebrating embodiment of Beauty, Cultural Reawakening, Intellectual Qualities, Yorùbá Women Empowerment, and Engine of Economy Growth.

    “We need to reawaken the legacy of the impact of this traditional icon which was trying to go into extinction if not salvaged, Queen Móremí remains an indelible new dawn of great awakening for the development of the Yorùbá culture. This mission is very close to my heart and touches my global re-enactment of the Yorùbá culture.” ~ OONI ENITAN ADEYEYE OGUNWUSI OJAJA II