In the beauty pageant industry today, there are countless numbers of pageants and there are also copious beauty queens. Among the countless beauty queens, there are distinguished, philanthropic and compassionate beauty queens that so much believe that to become a beauty queen is not an avenue for them just to enrich themselves and family members, nevertheless, to also give back to the society…“for whom much is given; much is expected”
Her majesty, Queen Susan Eniolorunda, the reigning Queen, Face of Culture Nigeria 2015/2016 is one these distinguished, philanthropic, compassionate and generous queens that finds pleasure in giving back to the society.
The Kogi born revolutionary beauty queen is not just a mere beauty queen but an embodiment of beauty and a fashion designer with a different! She is a paragon of beauty with momentous visions and ideas on human capacity building; for she contributes her own quota towards the development of our nation.
Queen Susan who is also a 300 level law student from Baze University, Abuja has displayed high level generosity and kind gestures as she celebrated with the less privileged children and empowered the widows.
The event took place on Saturday at Millennium Park, Abuja. The project which is tagged “Her Majesty, Queen Susan Celebrates A Day With The Children And Empowers The Widows” gives Queen Susan the apple opportunity to touch the lives of over 100 less privileged children from Mother Theresa Children Home – Gwarimpa, Abuja Children’s Home – Karu and Lomina Orphanage Home – Airport Road, Aco Estate, Lugbe, positively.
In addition, widows from Bamila Barack, Abuja, also have the opportunity to learn Soap Making and gift items such as clothes, calendar, jotter, drinks and foods, and many more were shared.
Mc Obama and Dj SoundMind made the children to have so much pleasurable and unforgettable time with her majesty, Queen Susan Eniolorunda as there were different kinds of games, plays and dancing competitions; prizes where won by intelligent and smart children.
In an interview, Queen Susan said that this is one of the things she loves doing. “I have to help the widows because my lovely and loving mother is also a widow, so I know what it takes to be a widow…it is not easy to train children when your father is not alive. Everything in most cases is done by the mother alone. What I am doing here today is little compare to what I have being doing outside media coverage. I take sole responsibility of what I am doing today, I never meet anybody, company or organization, asking for financial help but I always seek advice from experienced people. However, I urge everyone that is attracted with what I am doing to support the good works because I will keep on doing my best for I am not doing this just for beauty queen’s purpose but this is real me, I love doing this! Above all, I want to use this medium to thank my family members especially my mother, friends and well-wishers for all their contributions towards my visions and ideas, Queen Susan Stated.
In a statement, Praise Angel, on behalf of the children thanked Her Majesty Queen Susan for finding time to catch fun with them. She described Queen Susan as a rear Beauty Queen Icon. “What you have done for us is amazing. You are not the richest person or beauty queen but in mix of your eventful schedules, you find time to gather us and spend your hard-earned resources with us especially in this present economic recession. We want to say a big thank you and we pray that God shall reward you abundantly.
The event was graced by Mrs Roseline Eniolorunda, Mr. Severine Eniolorunda, Miss Sylvia Eniolorunday, Mr. Bright Owualah Tonna – CEO, Miss Diplomacy World International Beauty Pageant/Diplomat Hero’s Awards, Comrade Itodje Okiemute Gt. – CEO, Gt9ja Communications Limited, Founder Gt9ja Blog, Hon. Roland Owualah C. – CEO, Face of Culture Nigeria, AIT/RayPower and Abuja entertainers.