Against All Odds; Face Of Idoma 2015/2016 Queen Went Out To Feed The Children Of Otukpo After Being Involed In A Horrible Motor Accident

Queen Ashley Face of Idoma Carnival 2015/2016 has always had a passion to give her quota to bettering the lives of people around her, her zeal to put smiles on the faces of brothers and sisters has never reduced even for a little bit, hence the children’s day party project was born. Queen Ashley planned to feed over 500 children in Idoma land of Benue state where she hails from.

on her way to Benue state to actualize this project a couple of days back she was involved in ghastly accident that saw the vehicle flip over three times and ended up on its back saw her come out of that accident with bruises and cuts on her body but that did not stop her, because of her passion and zeal queen Ashley still proceeded to otukpo to bring to pass her feed the children and celebrate with them and the special occasion of children’s day,

Queen Ashley was able to distribute a lot of gift items to the children and teachers, she also put smiles on the children’s faces buy cooking and personally distributing Jollof rice and Drinks, people present at the occasion could clearly see the pain she was experiencing from the injuries she sustained from the accident but that did not stop her.

the occasion had in attendance the Former minister of Interior Comrade Abba Morro, the President of Agila Carnival Prince Edwin Ochai, Comrade James Oche DG Door2door for David Mark Campaign organization, the whole Agila Carnival Team. Friends, family and well wishers…

 

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Queen Ashley COMR.ABBA MORO, FORMER MINISTER OF INTERIOR. .#queenashley#proudidomagirl#childrensdaycelebration#

 

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Queen Ashley after the accident
Queen Ashley after the accident
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Queen Ashley & Sir Uti at Agatu Concert

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