All About Miss World 2002 Turkey Azra Akın

Miss World 2002, the 52nd release of the Miss World show, was hung on 7 December 2002 at the Alexandra Palace in London, UK. It was at first expected to be organized in Abuja, Nigeria, yet because of religious mobs in the close-by city of Kaduna the show was migrated to London.


An aggregate of 88 candidates from everywhere throughout the world sought the crown, a few competitors boycotted the expo in challenge for capital punishment by stoning controlled by an Islamic Sharia court to Amina Lawal, a Nigerian lady blamed for infidelity. It was the first occasion when that group of onlookers cooperation through content informing together with the scores of the judges helped in deciding the outcomes for the Top 20. Azra Akın from Turkey won the show, turning into the first ever illustrative from her nation to be delegated Miss World. She was delegated by Miss World 2001, Agbani Darego of Nigeria.

The Miss World challenge is moving to London from Nigeria after uproars by Muslim adolescents restricted to the show left more than 100 individuals dead and 500 harmed in the city of Kaduna Cheese Pillow. The show's coordinators said the show would be held in London on 7 December rather than the Nigerian capital, Abuja.

In Abuja, police say they have recovered control of the boulevards after brutal challenges spread to the city over the arrangements to hold the challenge there. In an announcement, the expo coordinators said the change of venue was in the "general hobbies of Nigeria and the candidates". Expo marketing specialist Stella Din included: "The show most likely will go on".


The contenders were under weight to haul out of the occasion even before they landed in Africa. Campaigners dissenting against capital punishment forced on a youthful Nigerian lady called Amina Lawal urged a blacklist of Miss World. On 22 March not long from now, the 31-year-old lady was sentenced to be stoned to death by an Islamic court in the northern condition of Katsina for bearing a tyke out of wedlock after she was assaulted. Her legal counselors are engaging the choice.

Claim for smooth
Kaduna - a city in the primarily Muslim condition of Zamfara which has an expansive Christian minority - is currently under check in time. Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo went on TV alongside religious pioneers to advance for national quiet, faulting a media report, not the challenge itself, for the brutality. "It could happen whenever reckless reporting is conferred against Islam," he said.

Inconvenience had been blending following the entry of the challengers not long ago. Numerous Nigerian Muslims were exasperated that the occasion, as of now an insult to their preservationist thoughts regarding ladylike humility, would be held amid the blessed month of Ramadan. From the get go alat pemadam kebakaran the dissents were kept to irate explanations by Islamic pioneers and religious researchers.

At that point on 16 November when ThisDay, a Nigerian day by day, distributed an article composed by 21-year-old writer Isioma Daniel in which she proposed the Prophet Mohammed may have hitched one of the contenders. Numerous Muslims were profoundly irritated, and on 20 November adolescents in Kaduna sacked and smoldered a neighborhood office of the daily paper. Two days prior the battling worsened into a horrible round of partisan blood draining, as opponent posses of Muslims and Christians smoldered spots of love and assaulted one another.

Troops and police reacted in power, and yesterday the Red Cross said in regards to 100 had been killed with the lanes of Kaduna scattered with bodies.