Asiru-Balogun Kikelomo – Miss WISTA (Women International Shipping And Trading Association) maintains her top position by extending her lead to week 4 in 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 81% votes, making her the first and only contestant to have qualified for the final stage of the competition having exceeded the minimum required 50% of votes with about two weeks to deadline.
She is followed by Joyce Saviour – Miss NIMASA (Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency) with 47% votes.
While Francis Precious – Miss NAGAFF (National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders) comes 3rd with 46.5% votes.
Platform Reporters, organisers of Face Of Maritime International (FOMI) heartly congratulate and celebrate Asiru-Balogun Kikelomo for maintaining her top spot in the ongoing FOMI voting Campaign which started four weeks ago. Our thanks also go to Joyce Saviour and Francis Precious for coming 2nd and 3rd respectively.
The week 5 voting begins Saturday, Oct 14, 2017, and Platform Reporters, FOMI Team and the entire maritime stakeholders wish all the contestants another successful voting week ahead.
Recall that each contestant needs to get a minimum of 50% votes to qualify for the final stage ahead of October 30th, 2017 deadline. But for those who make it to the final stage, voting will officially end 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.