MEET TRIUMPH MOSES, MR NIGERIA INTL AFRICA 2017
Triumph Moses Chukwuka Okpara was born in September 8, 1995.
He hails from Okwele in Onuimo Local government, Imo State Nigeria.
He grew up at FCT Abuja, which is the capital of Nigeria. He is from a humble background.
In 1999, He stated his nursery education at Nutrend academy Fox road Aba, Abia State.
In 2003, he had his primary and elementary education at Dynamic academy Kubwa, FCT Abuja.
In 2006, he was enrolled in ACE British sysytem at Hills Christian Academy maitama Abuja where he spent just one year.
In 2007, he transferred to Legacy Academy, another British Private institution at Wuse II Abuja.
In early 2010, he attended Delphia Royal college Abuja.
By Late September 2010, he had the drive to pursue football as a career.
In order to balance skill and sound education, he was enrolled into THE FOOTBALL COLLEGE (TFC) Orile-imo Ogun State, south west Nigeria, where he spent two years as a high school athlete.
Triumph concluded his secondary education at Word of Faith Group of Schools (WOFGOS) Area 1 Abuja, where he studied Government, Economics, History and Literature.
In 2014, he started his university education at BAZE UNIVERSITY Abuja, where he studied International Relations and Diplomacy for a year. He later transferred to Gregory University Uturu Abia State where he concluded his Bsc Program on International Relations.
In 2014, began to nurture the desire to be a model. His dream to push further in the industry became a reality when he began to build influence of social media platforms due to his creativity.
He represented FCT at the Mr Nigeria International Pageant which took place in Lagos state Nigeria, early October 2017. He emerged first runners up as Mr Nigeria International Africa 2017.
In his words, he said, “Being Mr Nigeria is not a business for comfort, it is an adventure of focus, to serve my country and to promote her values and culture in diaspora. I will embark on various projects across the federation, projects that are expected to contribute largely to Nigerian communities. We serve as role models not be praised but to affect lives and leave strong legacies behind.”