In a bid to commemorate Valentine’s Day, Little Miss Nigeria International, Princess Chizzy Ogari has melted the hearts of children of Arrows of God Orphanage home situated at Ajah area of Lagos.
According to her, “My mission is to actively be of service to humanity and be a model of inspiration to everyone around me.”
Queen Chizzy donated materials worth thousands of naira, which include but are not limited to food items, provisions, toiletries, drinks, among other essentials.
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Explaining the brain behind the donation, the Rivers-born beauty queen said: “seeks to bridge the gap between the less privileged and privileged and help safeguard their present and future by advocating for their rights, empowering them on self-sufficiency, self-reliance, and belief in themselves and our beloved nation”.
She added: “This is just a step in the journey and I believe with God’s grace I, my family, and the organisers of the Little Miss Nigeria Project will not waiver.
“Even though, we still have areas of the country torn by poverty, disease, crisis, clashes and social vices where millions of Nigerians are invisible victims deprived of home family and other basic human rights; I am quite pleased to note that the government and other well-meaning Nigerians are making important strides in the protection of the rights of the Nigerian child.”
In her remarks, Mrs. Funke Francis who spoke on behalf of the management of Arrows of God orphanage appreciated the organiser for reaching out to them, urging other well-meaning Nigerians to emulate the good gesture of Queen Chizzy.
The Arrows of God Orphanage was established in January 1998 to help reduce poverty, suffering, and distress afflicted upon children as a result of abandonment, death, or lack of parental care.
It was founded by Rev. Lt. Col. Deborah Clara Chinwe Ogo (Rtd).
Those present at the occasion include the staff and students of Delphi International school, family members, and well-wishers.