The recently concluded Miss Eco International received backlash as some candidates tested for COVID-19.
In a statement, Miss Eco International said that they ensure the safety of their candidates and are continuing to take care of candidates that are still in Egypt.
Miss Eco International Organization will ensure the safety of all our candidates.
All accusations made publicly…
In a separate statement of Nippon Bijin which is the beauty pageant organization that sent the Japan representative to Miss Eco International, they are disappointed at how everything was handled.
They also released a statement that they will no longer send queens to the organization.
Miss Eco International concluded last April 5 and crowned Miss South Africa’s Gizzelle Uys as the winner, followed by Miss Philippines’ Kelley Day who won 1st runner up.