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Miss Diva Awards: Embattled Ex-Miss Anambra Gets Honoured As Queen Of Gold



​Against the backdrop of her alleged leaked sex tape which has gone viral on social media for weeks now, organisers of Miss Diva Awards have announced plans to honour the embattled ex-Miss Anambra 2015, Queen Chidinma Okeke with an Award of Excellence on December 18, 2016.

Miss Okeke is being awarded as a Queen of Gold, in what the organisers of DIVA Queens Award, said was “for not giving up during trying times and staying strong against all odds.”

The award holds at the Kolanut Centre, Calabar, Cross River State.

Explaining why they chose to honour her, the project coordinator of DIVA Queens Award, Chijioke Awugosi “Mr. Decency”, said: “We are aware of the controversy that will come with it. But we hope that in due time, every well-meaning and reasonable individual will see the reasons behind the award.”

He also said the award’s organisers did this to support the ex-beauty queen as a means to curb the exploitation in the modelling industry by the “high and mighty.”

“We chose to stand with Chidinma right till the very end. We’ll give her every support we have at our disposal; morally, psychologically, legally. She is an icon and through her we can reach out to thousands of girls who have or are on the verge of being sexually exploited. It is a civilized world, we shouldn’t be so judgmental,” he said.

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Recall that earlier in October, the ex-beauty Queen allegedly got her sex videos leaked on the internet showing her having sex with her female personal assistant.

In her defense, she denied at first claiming her face was superimposed but a second video was released showing the ex-beauty and her P.A. in a more sordid scene, inserting a full cucumber fruit into their private parts.

It is reported that a third one-hour sex tape of the ex-beauty queen containing more graphics than the first two might be leaked by the supposed source in retribution for Ms Okeke’s refusal to hold up her end of the deal.

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