Mosunmola Oladipo, a 19-year old student of the School of Nursing, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi Araba, has been crowned Miss Virginity 2015.
Miss Oladipo floored 51 other self-confessed virgins at the event held on Saturday, August 15 in Surulere, Lagos.
The new queen, who spoke to newsmen shortly after winning the keenly contested crown, said despite the pressure from many guys outside, she was able to hold her ‘golden egg’ based on her conviction.
Oladipo said: “It’s all about self-determination. It is about knowing what you want to achieve. It is a thing of honour to be a virgin.”
Princess Adunni Adediran, the originator of the competition, however noted that the contestants were not medically or physically tested, she said it was organised to honour and appreciate virgins.
According to Adunni, the judges considered the candidates’ appearances and I.Q.
She said, “I was thinking of our female children who men repeatedly use to satisfy their carnal desires before they are finally dumped. These girls would have undergone several abortions till their wombs are damaged, and when they marry, they cannot have children. Some girls even run mad.”
Adunni added that some of the 52 contestants were mobilised by a Muslim cleric, Alfa Sharafadeen Bulala.
“When he saw our handbills, he was excited at the prospects and invited virgins in his mosque and the surrounding neighbourhood.
“When we started, we had a veteran gynaecologist helping us – Dr. Naimdeem Adeikemade. But some parents were grumbling that we were violating the privacy of their children by inspecting their privates. The ministry of health also wrote me a letter in 2009 on the same issue.
“This time around, God forbid that anyone who is not a virgin would come here to contest,” she said.