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African Virtuous Women Awards: Queen Chikezie Ijeoma Nominated Alongside Malawi President, CNN Africa

In Nigeria, young and vibrant ladies are making significant impacts and gainful achievements in advancing humanity. However, the giant strides of few are yet been rewarded as a result of their remarkable commitments. This was positively sustained as a renowned African young intellectual female icon, her Majesty, Queen Chikezie Ijeoma gets set to be honoured at the outstanding "African Virtuous Women Awards and International Lecture" in Abuja, the capital City of Nigeria on 1st September.
Chikezie is committed to several charity works which cuts across health, education, empowerment and outreach programs to promote the value and capacity of humanity. Her hard works has been recognised by several state and federal government agencies, which includes the Abia state government and the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS). 

Though her invitation to the annual 2018 edition of "African Virtuous Women Award was not a surprise because she is indeed role model to several women and young girls as it were. The event which will be hosted for the first time in Abuja will honour honour some engaging and impactful international organizations and individual like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, former president of Malawi, Joyce Hilda Banda, CNN Africa and the popular Risa Lavizzo Mourey.

Queen Chikezie is the founder of "Help Keep Clean Foundation", a NGO that has engaged several projects, amongst which are the hand washing campaign in schools which was officially supported by Abia state Ministry of Health and Education. The Abia state born ex-beauty queen and former Miss United Nations World Habitat has bagged notable awards including two significant honours (African Icon Awards &  BMTV Celebrity Awards though received in proxy) for her commitments to humanity. One of her iconic attributes includes her distinguished vocal confidence, her accommodating, though intimidating beauty and her intelligent disposition to creative works.

However, Queen Stella Ijeoma's Help Keep Clean Foundation has been up and up as one of the responsive and efficient NGO in Nigeria, especially in the areas of healthcare and outreach programs for care and impartation. In vein of this, her foundation is committed to visit orphanage homes and give out scholarships in schools located at the Buhari area Council of Abuja in the coming week. 

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