Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Alovi Achumi wins Nagaland Exotic Model Hunt Season – 3

Alovi Achumi emerged as the winner of Nagaland Exotic Model Hunt (Season – 3) during an event organised by The Blue Curves at IMC Hall, Dimapur on October 20 under the theme “Escalate fashion, innovate you”. The event was graced by president, Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee & former finance minister, Nagaland, Kewekhape Therie, as the chief guest.
The first runner-up was bagged by Britney Jidung, second runner-up by Panglih Wangsu, third runner-up by Neisekhonuo Rüpreo and Wonchano Ngullie was adjudged as the fourth runner-up.
The three winners of Nagaland Exotic Model Hunt Season – 3 will be getting direct entry to the 19th edition of Sunsilk Mega Miss North East which is to be held in December this year.
In a special appearance, Miss India Nagaland, Lovi Awomi, presented the subtitles to the participants.
Lists of subtitle winners are: Miss Photogenic – Sussana Kikon; Miss Top Model – Neisekhonuo Rüpreo; Miss Fresh Face – Alovi Achumi; Miss Multimedia – Ayuh W Konyak; Miss People’s Choice – Atunali Chophy and Miss Best in Evening Gown – Alovi Sumi.
The pageant was judged by president of Mokokchung Arts & Aesthetic Management, Asola Ozukum; Reigning Runners up of Mr Arunachal Pradesh, Kholie Guma; Miss Nagaland 2012, Miss India Elite 1st runners up 2015, Miss Asia Pacific India 2016, Miss Supra Talent World runner up Season – 7, Imlibenla Wati Nienu; Reigning Winner of 18th Sunsilk Mega Miss North East, Danube Kangjam; Counsellor, Life Skill Communication and Development, board member of CAN Youth NGO & Tribal Old Age Home, Kilentola Jamir.
Speaking at the programme, Kewekhape Therie. said being a politician with over a decade of experience, he opined that he sees youth as the nation’s treasure and find “The Blue Curve” very active and functional in the state. “You have dreams and visions. What do we mean by dreams? If we are to make our dreams reality, we have to believe in God and ourselves. Your dream is your objective”, he stated. He added that a person carrying many dreams doesn’t succeed, but if one has one particular dream, it can be successful. Therie mentioned about the students’ education loans where he lamented that other states of India provide financial support from the bank, but it is only Nagaland because of its horrific government that no banks or financial groups provide money to the students.
While commenting on not providing good health aid to the older generations, Therie said the government of Nagaland only sees after their party workers. Speaking on electoral process, he pointed out that no one should practise the habit of proxy voting in elections or any place which he said is the biggest crime of overpassing others’ votes. “The people of Nagaland don’t have the light to enjoy the benefits of a good economy, filtered water supply, uninterrupted power supply, good roads, and no hope at all”, he added.
President of The Blue Curves Talikaba Longkumer, in his address spoke on the difficulties in organising the show, but said that with faith in God and prayer as well as with the support of his team, they could succeed in coming together once again to witness the event.

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