Queen Ayobami Michaelson, winner of Face of Democracy Nigeria 2018 and her humanitarian team have visited victims of Kubwa demolition exercise, who already took solace at Devine Wounds of Jesus Christ Orphanage home. The visit to the orphanage home was to express love and care to children, as well as youths and adults who are homeless, displaced and helpless.
She was accompanied by Queen Osinachi, an Ambassador of the Face of Democracy brand during the visit to the orphanage home, which witnessed the donation of sleeping mattresses, pillows, bedsheets, food stuffs, academic accessories and other valuables that could help make their lives better and restore their hope.
According to our correspondence, the visitation was in view of the season 6 edition of Project “Hope to the Hopeless”, an initiative of Queen Ayo Michaelson foundation, which has continued to give hope to hopeless Nigerians, help the needy and further improve humanity through donations, assistance and encouragements of all sort.
However, in a reaction by the Convener of the project, Queen Ayo Michaelson, she called on the federal government to look into the situation and challenges of those people who were affected by the demolition exercise in Kubwa. She cried out on the state of their helplessness, stating that we must collaboratively work together in helping the needy in our society.
Children, teenagers and adults, including the administration of the orphanage home thanked Queen Ayobami and her team for the kind humanitarian gesture and donations they have made to the orphanage home. Our reporters noticed joy and an ambience of love amongst the children.