Mr Nigeria vows to keep fighting

Written by on August 21, 2019

Nelson Enwerem, the current Mr Nigeria, representing the country at the ongoing Mr World in the Philippines, says he will not disappoint his nation with support from citizens.

Enwerem said in spite of the injury on his knees, he would fight through to the final. Enwerem, a 24-year-old graduate of Pure Physics, hurt his knee during the sports challenge category which led to his being eliminated from the category.He described the elimination due to the injury as his major challenge.

“I’ve been fighting though with the pain and limping to compete because I can’t fail my country,” he said. According to Enwerem who is also a fashion designer, there hasn’t been any elimination so far but we’ve had different category competitions to select winners and am very positive on winning one of them.

He said that the organisers had started announcing winners of various challenges of which he is positive of bagging one of the categories.

“I’m very positive of wining one of them,” he said.

Enwerem, also a model and actor, appealed to Nigerians to support him by going to his site to vote for him and like his posts on social media.

He added that the more votes from Nigerians would boost his morale and also increase his chances of winning

The  Mr World 2019, which is the 10th edition started on Aug. 6, and will end on Aug. 23, in Manila, Philippines.

The current champion, Rohit Khanddelwal from India, is expected to hand over the crown to his successor at the end of the event.

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