Queen Simi Silas, 25-year-old Queen of Unity Northern Nigeria 2016, on Wednesday, visited the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Camp in Yola.
The young beauty queen, who was accompanied by members of her foundation said that the visit was part of her pet project.
Her new Foundation is an NGO that empowers and reaches out to less privileged children through the provision of educational materials, clothing, food items and medical care.
According to the reigning queen, visiting the IDPs is her way of identifying with them in their plights, especially the children who have left their education and the comfort of their homes.
“These people, especially the kids in their midst, need to be properly cared for, and that is why we have come to visit them and give them some items.`
“It could still happen to anyone else, lets show them love and also raise their hope that they can still have the good things of life.’’she opined
Some of the relief items given to the IDPs includes clothing, foot wears, books, writing materials and food items.
She, however, urged Nigerians to love one another, irrespective of tribe and religion and shun any act that could jeopardize the peace of the nation.
SOURCE: The Nigerian Voice (entertainment)