Princess Agunbiade is an Industrial chemist, serial entrepreneur and a humanitarian. She was Miss Grand Nigeria 2017 and Nigeria’s representative at Miss Grand International in the same year. She’s the Founder of The Princess Agunbiade Spelling Bee, an annual spelling bee competition for secondary school students.
She is the Founder of 503 Global Nigeria Limited, a general procurement and facility management company, also parent company of her newly released ready to wear clothing brand 503 Fashion. She also works as a lifestyle influencer and a part time model. She is looking forward to publishing her own books and a career in public speaking.
Princess is passionate about social issues such as gender inequality, human trafficking, jungle justice and a number of others, she’s passionate about children and education and constantly lends her voice to causes bordering on these by organizing children’s events, volunteering with charity organizations encouraging kids to stay in school.
Princess would describe herself as vibrant, passionate and driven. She likens her personality to a butterfly and she’s the happiest seeing people’s hard work rewarded. She believes injustice to one is injustice to all and hopes for a world where people would realize that we are humans first before gender, race, ethnicity or even religion. She’s fearless, constantly taking up new challenges and hopes to be an inspiration to many.
Princess is currently in the running for the title of the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria alongside 36 others and she’s representing Borno state. She hopes to win this to send a strong message to millions of young girls both in Nigeria and around the world that with self belief, determination and hard-work, any height is attainable and also to continue to foster conversations about peaceful coexistence, highlighting the importance of education and ensuring the right measures are finally taken to ensure that adequate attention is paid to basic education and that it’s made accessible to all Nigerian children regardless of social status or gender.