The trio of Miss Blessing Eugene, an 18 years old indigine of Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra state and Miss Stella Amuba, an indigene of Delta state as well as Abdulsalam Kehinde, a 27 years old indigine of Kwara state are the 3 contestants who have maintained their lead in top 3 positions respectively after the week 3 voting result of the ongoing Face of Maritime International (FOMI) was released on Sunday night.
According to the result, Blessing who garnered 110.5% of votes in week 2, increased her votes to 125.6% to maintain her first spot on the voting table after week 3; while Stella who garnered 48.5% votes in week 2 also increased her tally to retain her second spot with 50.5% votes; whereas Kehinde also guarded her 3rd spot jealously with an increase which saw her garner 26.5% votes in week 3 higher than 19.9% of votes she had in week 2.
However, Arikawe Abigail caused some kind of upset by overtaking Micheal Blessing, a graduate of Health Information Management who has now moved down to fifth position with 13.8% of votes; while Abigail now comfortably occupies the 4th position with 15.5% of votes.
Reacting to the week 3 voting result, Eugene Blessing who is topping the voting chart said, “Honestly, I never expected to top the voting table again this week. I won’t rest until it’s over. Time to do more”.
Also reacting to the result, Abdulsalam Kehinde who occupies the 3rd spot said, “I’m happy with the fact that I didn’t loose the position to a lower place. But again, I still need to do more to increase my percentage”.
Stella Amuba was not online to comment or react to the result when it was released, and all other efforts to get her comments failed as she could reply the messages sent to her as at the time of filling in this report.
Recall that Eugene 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 the last week of the First Round of FOMI Voting Campaign begins on Monday, fans and maritime industry stakeholders are watching to see if the top 3 would maintain their lead or there would be some upset at the end of Week 3 voting campaign which will end this coming Friday, August 28, 2020.