Abdulai, who already held the esteemed title of Miss Freetown Queen 2022, won her victory amidst fierce competition, outshining 14 other contenders.
Her win comes with an array of prizes, including a new car, a substantial cash award, and a year-long monthly stipend.
Beyond glamour, her victory acknowledges her exceptional talents, poise, and potential to represent Sierra Leone on the global stage at the upcoming Miss World competition.
Abdulai, currently in her final year at Fourah Bay College pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry, excels not only in her academic pursuits but also serves as the Vice President of the Chemistry Society at F.B.C.
Her academic dedication is paralleled by her unwavering commitment to personal growth and learning.
In addition to her academic achievements, Daizy Abdulai is a multifaceted talent, demonstrating her skills as a singer, songwriter, and dancer.
Her passion for music serves as both a creative outlet and a means to connect with others on a profound level.
Through her music, she aims to inspire and uplift those who resonate with her artistic expressions.
As Miss Freetown, Abdulai is deeply devoted to empowering young women and girls in Sierra Leone.
She staunchly believes in the transformative potential of self-awareness and strives to instill fearlessness in others, urging them to pursue their aspirations without hesitation.
Her objective is to be a resonant voice, particularly for young girls who may harbor doubts about the feasibility of their dreams.
The 2023 Miss Sierra Leone beauty pageant drew distinguished guests, including the esteemed First Lady of the Republic, Fatima Bio.
Thanks to DSTv, the event reached audiences in over 23 countries worldwide, expanding its legacy of spotlighting the beauty and talent of young women from various districts in Sierra Leone, making it a global phenomenon with a rich history.
Themed “A Healthy Environment in a World of Beauty, Peace, and Integrity,” the pageant not only celebrated beauty but also conveyed a powerful message of unity and well-being.
This prestigious annual event, jointly organized by Miss Sierra Leone Limited and the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, brought together 15 remarkable contestants hailing from diverse districts in Sierra Leone.