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Tarere Obaigbo
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West African Beauty Queen: Tarere Obaigbo
BornTarere Obaigbo
Other namesOreime , KingRei, Rei
🏫 EducationQueen's College Lagos

University of Benin

Lagos Business School, Chartered Institute of Marketing UK, University of SouthWales, The Institute of Sales and Marketing Management Nigeria
💼 Occupation
Writer, Marketer, Realtor, Model, Artist, Content Creator, Entrepreneur
TitleMrs Nigeria 2021
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Tarere Obaigbo is a Nigerian beauty queen, writer, marketer, realtor, environmentalist and entrepreneur[1]. She is known as Oreime, nicknamed after her popular pageant, art, culture and lifestyle blog She uses the platform to celebrate Melanin (black) beauty, African women, culture, history, passions, talents and trends.

She is the convener of the elite bimonthly Spokenword, art and philosophy event; The Gathering Africa.

She has participated and won several beauty pageants, and she recently emerged winner of the Mrs Nigeria 2021 pageant and is the reigning Mrs Nigeria 2021. She will represent Nigeria and West Africa for the first time at the Mrs World pageant in 2022.

Early life and education[edit]

Tarere Obaigbo grew up in Lagos Nigeria. She is the first child of her parents, and a descendant of the Benin Kingdom Royal family. She is the daughter of veteran Journalist, Writer and photographer Aoiri Obaigbo[2]. She attended Queen's College Lagos, where she started her journey as a writer, writing short books for her friends and school mates. She went on to study English and literature at the University of Benin, where she started participating in beauty pageants. After her Bachelor's degree she went on to do several trainings and certificate courses in Marketing at Lagos Business School, 02 Academy, Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, The Chartered Institute of Marketing UK, The Institute of Sales and Marketing Management Nigeria.

Projects and advocacy[edit]

Tarere has always been passionate about helping those around her. She actively advocates for several environmental and creative youth empowerment projects.

She is the convener of The Gathering Africa by; a Spoken word, Music, Art and Philosophy event, a platform that celebrates African talents, culture and passion.

Since 2018 she has been an active member of Ecoprolive Nigeria and LagosAllSail[3] ; a Volunteer waterway cleanup project.

She started F4A Initiative (food4all Initiative Nigeria) in 2017, gathering volunteers to come together cook and feed up to 3000+ people.

She has the long term A.C.E (Art, Culture and Environment project), with the vision to empower creative African youth with recycled art, educate more on environmental responsibility through Cleanup campaigns, and help showcase contemporary African culture and lifestyle.


Award Category Result
Mrs Nigeria 2021[4] Mrs Nigeria Winner
Best Model Nigeria 2015 Best Model Nigeria Winner
Face of 2013 Face of Winner

Personal life[edit]

She is married. She has 2 siblings, and a late sister.


  1. "'My plans to emerge Mrs World'". The Sun Nigeria. 2021-09-04. Retrieved 2022-01-20.
  2. "'The reason I wrote The Wretched Billionaire'". The Nation Newspaper. 2020-09-13. Retrieved 2022-01-20.
  3. "Ms Rei Obaigbo – Lagos All Sail". Retrieved 2022-01-20.
  4. Nigeria, Mrs. "Mrs Nigeria Pageant is a non-bikini married women beauty pageant". Mrs Nigeria. Retrieved 2022-01-20.


  1. "Spoken word poet, Tarere Obaigbo, wins Miss Nigeria contest". The Sun Nigeria. 2021-05-28. Retrieved 2021-08-24.




  1. "MRS NIGERIA". Marketing Space l Brands and Marketing in Nigeria. Retrieved 2021-08-25.
  2. "Former face of Tarere Obaigbo wins competition". Pulse Nigeria. 2015-10-01. Retrieved 2021-08-25.
  3. "Oreime - Everything on pageants, modeling, lifestyle with everything between from across Africa and the Caribbeans". Oreime. Retrieved 2021-08-25.



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  1. Aikoroje, Victoria Uluvbigele (2018-10-16). Aikoroje, Abraham, ed. A SHORT HISTORY OF THE ORA PEOPLE IN EDO STATE NIGERIA. Search this book on
  2. "Former face of Tarere Obaigbo wins competition". Pulse Nigeria. 2015-10-01. Retrieved 2021-08-25.