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May
10

NexDim keeps shooting more editions of the ” NEXDIM SHOW ”. The NexDim Show is an interactive interview with guests who have indulged into any domain of entertainment ; fashion, music, sports, film arts etc.  Yesterday, our guest was Winner of Miss West Africa Cameroon pageant 2011 and Cameroon’s representative in Gambia, Nsang Dilong . We delved into her exploits in pursuing a decent modeling  career and her personal life . We shall subsequently broadcast these interviews on our Youtube channel NexdimTv and on nexdimempire.com .

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August
23

 NexDim caught up with Buea – based Vineyard Models’s newly crowned Miss West Africa Cameroon 2011 , 21-year-old beautiful and talented Bodi Nsang Dilong who took some time off her busy schedule for an exclusive interview about herself and her new found world of fashion.

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NexDim: Hello Dilong

NS: Hello

NexDim : So tell the world who is Dilong?

NS: My name is Bodianga Bodi Nsang Dilong

NexDim: Have u ever taken part in any modeling contest before?

NS: No I haven’t, not even a Miss contest

NexDim: What actually sparked you to get into the modeling industry?

NS : Well I really have a very strong passion for fashion, I love looking good just as the saying goes looking good is good business I always like to look good be on the go like am ready to be moved at any time. And besides I have always received complements from friends and relatives about my size and body structure, how I look just like a model, so with that and my love for fashion i decided to give it a try and here am I today

NexDim: Just five months with Vineyard Models u get a crown, how does that make u feel?

NS: Okay I feel great and I must thank Vineyard Models for all they did and are still doing

NexDim: Nothing good comes easy what are some the challenges you faced?

NS: Wow, I must say it has not been all easy as it seems considering the way people think about models on how they are cheap and easy to go with, I actually faced that issue at home with my parents who didn’t see it very respectful for me as their first daughter with three young siblings to take care of to get into such a field in life.

NexDim: What are some of those things as a Cameroonian model you can make a change in?

NS: I will like to change the funny idea that models are irresponsible and sleep around. The modeling industry should be respected and those in it should be professionals and also respect themselves too

NexDim: Considering your age one is tempted to say u have a long way to go, how far do you see yourself in the industry?

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