Robell Hovers Crowns Miss Earth Liberia 2020

Miss Robell Hovers was crowned Miss Earth Liberia 2020 during the early hours of September 20th at the conclusion of the Miss Earth Liberia 2020 Pageant in the Theater of the Ministerial Complex. While there was stiff competition among the six Contestants, the Judges selected Miss Robell Hovers as the Winner of the highly prestigious Miss Earth Liberia 2020 Pageant. Miss Leila Yekelorde and Miss Precious Flomo were selected as the first and second Runner-Ups, respectively. The Contestants displayed talents and fashion demonstrating the need for giving top priority to taking good care of Mother Earth.

Miss Hovers was crowned in the full view of a record audience that exceeded the 600-seating capacity of the Theater. The audience included a cross-section of the society as well-known celebrities. As Miss Hovers was crowned Miss Earth Liberia 2020, there was cheering all over the Theater. Cheers also came for the other Contestants and for the successful holding of the Earth Liberia 2020 Pageant.

In terms of prizes, Miss Hovers received a brand-new car, a cash prize and several endorsement contracts. The Runner-Ups received cash prizes and gifts. Each of the Contestants received a Participation Certificate for participating and cash prizes very well in the Miss Earth Liberia 2020 Pageant.

La Queen entertainment, the Organizer of the Miss Earth Liberia 2020 Pageant, wishes to thank immensely the audience of the cross-section of the society, including many well-known celebrities of national and international esteem, and Collaborators for the success of the Miss Earth Liberia 2020 Pageant.

Last but certainly not least, La Queen Entertainment congratulates newly crowned Miss Earth Liberia 2020 and the other Contestants in the Pageant.

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.

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