Little Miss Nigeria Chisom Sabastine Ezema has donated books to members of Girl’s Club in Government Secondary School Pasali, Kuje, Abuja.
The young queen who came to reign under the platform of the Nigerian Children Ambassadors, a child’s care initiative committed to promoting child’s right and advocacy, as part of her pet project visits schools, Orphanages to support with resources, scholarship grants in order to inspire them towards education.
The National Coordinator and CEO of the organisation Stephen Osadebe in his address said the initiative was borne out of the need to reach out to children through grooming and child advocacy especially for the Girl Child who are denied this right in some parts of the country.
He added that another area of concern is the recent UNICEF statistics over 8 million Nigerian Children are hawkers and about 4.5 million do not go to school which should not be happening in our country.
The Principal Mrs Fatima Abdulrahman who was represented by Daramola Martina Maron of the club expressed her appreciation to the organisation, adding that it is good to catch them young and give the necessary exposure children need in the area of grooming, she further said any area of partnership with Nigerian Children Ambassadors would be greeted with full embrace.
Chisom called on well-meaning Nigerians to be partners in reaching many of the less privileged children in the society who by no fault of theirs have found themselves in their present conditions. She said her visit to the school is one of the rear privileges she looks forward to impact on lives of young girls and boys in the society.
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