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Queen Of Aso, Blessing Nnamani Kick Off COVID-19 Sensitisation, Shares Palliatives In Abuja ( video)

Nigeria Beauty Queen and crowned winner of the prestigious Queen of Aso Nigeria Pageant contest, Queen Blessing Nnamani, has commenced a voluntary social initiative and awareness campaign on th use of face masks and its relevance to the complexities created by the novel coronavirus outbreak in Nigeria. 

The campaign was launched in FCT at Kado-Kushi Village Abuja, through the collaborative partnership of African Scholars Care Initiative. The social awareness campaign witnessed the sensitisation of people across the Kado Kushi community. They educated them on the significance of personal hygiene and the use of face mask to prevent the covid19 pandemic spread and also share dfood items
Speaking to newsmen few minutes into the kickoff of the campaign, Queen Blessing described the voluntary activities as a way of extending care and affectionate interest for humanity, especially in this challenging times. She further noted that the sensitisation campaign was in line with NCDC directives and FG agenda to keep Nigerians informed on the required precautionary approaches and engagements needed to contain the virus in Nigeria.

During the outreach and social awareness campaign, Queen Blessing Nnamani and her Team, in collaboration with her partners, the African Scholars Care Initiative encouraged persons within the community to maintain strict adherence to safety precautions and directives by relevant health experts. They further urged the Federal government and its operational agents to provide supports for vulnerable families who are amongst the most-hit in the economic challenges created by the hydra-headed Covid19 monster.
In a remark by the district head of Kado-Kushi, where the awareness was conducted, Chief Suleiman Dodo, he thanked benevolence extended by the team to his community, especially in the areas of sensitisation and awareness campaign. He assured the team that his people will continue to maintain adequate personal hygiene, adopt the frequent use of face masks and directives by the NCDC and the federal government.

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