Kohima: 18-year-old Keziah Mero was crowned Miss Kohima 2023 during a grand ceremony held at D’Oriental Hotel in Kohima, Nagaland on Saturday.
Tolika K Kishepu (19) was the first runner-up while Katienla Longchar (20) bagged the second runner-up title.
The newly crowned Miss Kohima hails from Pfutseromi village under Phek district and is currently studying in 12th standard at G Rio School Kohima.
She also received the subtitle of Miss Talent.
During the event organized by 4Front Management, the winner walked away with gift hampers worth Rs 50,000 as well as a beauty makeover voucher worth Rs 20,000 at the salon.
The first and second runners-up received gift hampers worth Rs 40,000 and Rs 30,000 respectively, as well as makeover vouchers worth Rs 15,000 and Rs 10,000.
Kevilenuo semou won the Miss Photogenic subtitle while Tolika K Kishepu won the Best Ramp Walk subtitle.
Subtitle winners were awarded gift hampers worth Rs.5000.
4 The front management consists of 4 members and is a non-profit organization under which the Aegis of Agathos Society (Miss Kohima’s previous organization) takes and continues Miss Kohima’s legacy to greater heights and promotes beauty, intelligence, The cause is with a vision to promote advocacy. Grace, integrity and values, said Theja Sekhose, co-founder of Management.
Sekhose asserted that the annual Miss Kohima event is organized with the pursuit of beauty along with knowledge.
“The organization held auditions in various colleges including Sazolie College, Kohima Arts College, St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Model Christian College and open audition at TS Academy of Design Kohima for Capital, Kohima,” he said.
Seven girls were selected from among many participants who were selected by our panel of esteemed judges, Dr. Amos Sekhose (Agathos Society), Pelevinuo rüpreo (former Miss Kohima 2017) and Lipokzulu (Miss Nagaland, BASNK (Experienced a day-long competition with the General Secretary).
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