Ndubuisi Elvis Iruh, Publisher of Netherlands based ‘The Voice Magazine’ has been appointed Goodwill Ambassador for Miss Black Europe International Pageant (MBE). The role of Goodwill Ambassador for MBE is given to men or women of great reputation, integrity and foresight.MBE is an ambassadorial platform for diversity and a positive role model to the black community in Europe. The pageant also unites Blacks in Europe and others from around the world to celebrate Black heritage and promote Black culture in Europe and worldwide.
Elvis Iruh is a seasoned Nigerian born journalist based in the Netherlands. He is the Founder and Publisher of ‘The Voice Magazine’ which focuses on Africa. He is also known as Pastor Elvis Iruh, because he is also a preacher of the gospel.
According to the President of Miss Black Europe International Pageant; Mrs. Sola Opesan Brown, Mr. Ndubuisi Elvis was appointed Goodwill Ambassador by her organization “because of your genuine interest in our projects and more importantly in believing in our dream of making the world a better and peaceful place for all; also we do appreciate your activities in our community”.
Reacting to the appointment, Pastor Iruh has appealed to others of goodwill to support ventures like that of Solar Foundation, the brain behind Miss Black Europe whose main objective is to uplift the girl child through educational support. The Voice Magazine publisher added that, “the best legacy we can give to the coming generation…either girls or boys is good education”.
Miss Black Europe pageant 2013 will be organized in Amsterdam, The Netherlands at Club DNA (DNA party Centrum) on August 24, 2013. For more information on MBE activities or for details on how to participate, visit MBE website at www.blackeuropeangossipmagazine.com