Miss influential Queen Nigeria Deborah Igunis has continued to leave indelible mark in her society. Just recently, the Bayelsa born beauty royalty carried out yet another commendable humanitarian project while celebrating her birthday.
The royalty, in entourage of friends and family members visited the Nigerian correctional service, a medium security custodial centre located in Okaka, Yenogoa, Bayelsa state.
There, she distributed several food items and aiding materials while also offering words of encouragement to the prison inmates.
Speaking at the event, she said: “It’s a privilege to celebrate my birthday here. This year may have been turmoiled with lots of negativities especially the Covid-19 rampage around the world. Yet am alive and here’s me saying thank you God and my family who has always been my strongest back bones”.
Reacting to the kind gesture, Miss Gold Kakeyere, the founder Gold Nation and National director Miss influential Queen Nigeria expressed her delightedness.
“At my organisation, we make it mandatory for all our queens to effect the society positively through their numerous pet project. We are grateful for the opportunity to work with queen Deborah Igunis who has continued to champion this noble cause since she was crowned.
“More importantly, we thank everyone who supported financially and made several efforts to make this project a success”, she said.
This is indeed a commendable project. Well done her majesty!!!