- Becomes First To Qualify For FOMI Adventure Camping.
Asiru-Balogun Kikelomo – Miss WISTA (Women International Shipping And Trading Association) has taken a clear lead in week 3 at the ongoing voting campaign for the Face Of Maritime International (FOMI 2017) .
Kikelomo, a graduate of Food Technology from Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Ogun state is currently toping the voting table with 162% votes, thereby being the first contestant to qualify for FOMI Adventure Camping having met the minimum required number of votes.
She is closely followed by Joyce Saviour – Miss NIMASA (Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency) with 54.8% votes.
While Unyime Assam Isaiah – Miss MAN (Maritime Academy of Nigeria) comes 3rd 51.7% votes.
Platform Reporters, organisers of Face Of Maritime International (FOMI) heartly congratulate and celebrate Asiru-Balogun Kikelomo for toping the table in the ongoing FOMI voting Campaign which started three weeks ago. Our thanks also go to Joyce Saviour and Unyime Assam Isaiah for coming 2nd and 3rd respectively.
The week 4 voting begins Saturday, Oct 7, 2017, and Platform Reporters, FOMI Team and the entire maritime stakeholders wish all the contestants another successful voting week ahead.
FOMI 2017 contestants.
Below is the TOP 5 IN FOMI WEEK 3 VOTING CAMPAIGN
1. Asiru-Balogun Kikelomo – Miss WISTA (Women International Shipping And Trading Association) – 162%
2. King Joyce Saviour – Miss NIMASA (Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency) – 54.8%.
3. Unyime Assam Isaiah – Miss MAN (Maritime Academy of Nigeria) – 51.7%.
4. Nwachukwu Precious – Miss Nig Merchant Navy – 42%.
5. Eniola Sekoni – Miss MAAN (Maritime Arbitrators Association of Nigerian – 34.5%.
BOTTOM 5 IN WEEK 3 FOMI VOTING CAMPAIGN.
1. Precious Francis – Miss NAGAFF (National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders) – 0%
2. Previous Owoyemi – Miss NIWA (National Inland Waterways Authority) – 0 %
3. Tom Blessing – Miss ICNL (Inland Containers Nigeria Limited) – 0%
4. Faith Chinonye – Miss CRFFN (Council For the Regulation of Freight Forwarding In Nigeria) – 0 %
5. Chioma Alice – Miss WILAT (Women In Logistics And Transport – 0%.
Note: The bottom 5 risk eviction if they do not improve in their votes in the coming week. Kindly vote to save them from being evicted.
Recall that voting ends on Friday, Nov 3 ahead of Grand Finale scheduled for Saturday, Nov 4, 2017.
It’s all about Face Of Maritime International. It’s all about Girls Go-To-Sea Campaign. #fomi2017 #maritimeisnotonlyformen.