Miss Blessing Eugene, an 18 years old indigene of Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra state has overtaken Miss Stella Amuba to occupy the top spot in week 2 voting result of Face of Maritime International (FOMI) released on Sunday night.
According to the result, Blessing garned 110.5% of votes to jump pass Stella who now occupies the second spot in the FOMI voting table with 48.5% votes.
Similarly, Abdulsalam Kehinde, a 27 years old indigine of Kwara state who holds HND in Shipping and Logistics Management and BSc in Transport and Logistics Management also overtook Micheal Blessing, a graduate of Health Information Management to occupy the third position with 19.9% votes; while Blessing Micheal has now gone down to 4th place with 11.2% of votes.
Speaking to Platform Reporters after the week 2 voting result was released, Eugene Blessing expressed her happiness for toping the table.
“Am happy…never saw myself topping this voting table even if I have been putting efforts through persuasions. Anyways, I thank the organisers for the opportunity to learn and work hard”, she said.
Blessing, an S.S.C.E holder and aspiring student of University Of Jos (UNIJOS) is light in complexion, weighs 65kg and stands 5.12 fit tall.
Being the youngest of 4 siblings in a her family, she loves dancing, cooking, travelling, acting, modelling and writing articles.
However, she detest being taken for granted due to her calm and caring nature. As an Igbo girl from Anambra state, her favourite food is Bitterleaf soup with poundo yam; while her favourite colours are red, white, silver and black.
Blessing believes in caring and helping people wholeheartedly because her philosophy is based on philantrophy.
Meanwhile, as Week 3 FOMI Voting Campaign begins on Monday, fans and maritime industry stakeholders are watching to see if Blessing would maintain her lead or there would be another upset at the end of Week 3 voting campaign this coming Sunday.