Hannah Iribhogbe aka Montana Onose Felix is CROWNED Miss Universe Nigeria 2022

Reigning Queen 2021 MBGN Miss Universe Nigeria Maristella Chidiogo Okpala has just crowned her successor, the winner against 36 Contestants, Miss Edo, Montana Onose Felix Miss Universe Nigeria 2022 & MBGN, Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria 2022 at the end of Grand Finale in Eko Hotels and Suites Lagos today on Fri, Oct 21, 2022 which started LIVE at 7PM Online @ Silverbird TV.

Newly named and crowned Nigerian Beauty Queen Hannah Iribhogbe Miss Universe Nigeria 2022 will represent her nation NIgeria at the 71ST Miss Universe 2022 Competition where India's Harnaaz Sandhu Miss Universe 2021 will crown her successor at the end of the Grand Finale in the New Orleans Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States on Sat, Jan 14, 2023.

Hannah Iribhogbe, @tharealmontana22, Official Age 21 Years, is passionate about charity, community service, youth involvement, and women’s empowerment. She’s currently studying business management at North Lake college Dallas, Texas. She’s very passionate about children, specifically young girls, which she shows through her charity advocacy and community service.

She visits orphanage homes all over Nigeria, and herself is responsible for two girls. She is the founder of The Montana Initiative, an organization that works to feed 10 million children all over Africa. She is popularly known by the name Montana Felix, as she prefers to use her father’s last name. “Montana” became a stage name for Hannah when she discovered her many talents in high school, which is the name she also bestowed upon her organization.

Check Hannah Iribhogbe Visuals telling Interesting Facts at The IG Guide of Nigerian Beauty Queen who is 21 Years Official Age Here and wait for the ultimate performance of her like in Miss Universe New Orleans Arena!!!

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Visited the House of Representatives during my visit to Abuja! Growing up my dad used to talk to me a lot about political parties, Aso Rock, House of Representatives, Federal Court etc. I’m not surprised that I am interested in going into politics in the nearest future, Yes to Nigerian women involvement in politics!