Beauty | 25 May 2021 11:09 CET

Kayla Deborah Etinosa Ibiyemi Osaro win Little Miss Globe Queen International 2021

By Nollywood Gists

11 years old Kayla Deborah Etinosa Ibiyemi Osaro Nigeria a native of Benin born in United Kingdom has emerged winner of the just concluded Of Little Miss Globe Queen International

Kayla defeated 57 other contestants from other countries and Nigeria, to emerge winner of the Little Miss Globe Queen International 2021. The contest began with the online Screening on the 1st of April 2021 to online voting from fans and family of the contestants and ended on 21th of may with Kayla generating the highest votes, thus becoming the Little Miss Globe Queen International 2021.

Also, 13 years old Aliyat oyakale From Oyo state Nigeria came Little Miss Globe Queen Universe 2021. Kayla who expressed surprise after being declared winner said it is a dream come through which will be a major boost to her career.

She said; ‘I can’t believe myself. I didn’t see this coming at all. I thank God for this great privilege, I thank my family, friends, and those that voted for me.’

as I aim to judiciously carry out my pet project of helping the less privileged.”

According to the organizer of the pageantry, Mr. Adamu Zakari (STUDIO A) “Little Miss Globe Queen Pageant Is To emerge smart kids btw the ages of (5-16yrs) as little beauty queens, who will become child Abuse Awareness ambassadors (CAAA). • To organize lectures and seminars for young ambassadors on child abuse, in order to equip and enlighten them in preparation for the awareness campaign. • In order to champion the crusade against child abuse emerged Little queens and Little Miss Globe Queen Team, will collaborate with existing child care organizations to hasten the awareness campaign. • With the support of Government and NGO’s, Little queens and the organizers will work hard to provide infrastructural facilities and organize entrepreneurial seminars and workshops to assist unemployed parents and youths in order to prevent the drift of the young population to the cities and child abandonment from unemployed parents. • Access to information is crucial and so awareness through social media and education workshops, masses will be enlightened on risks involved in child abuse and also the negative impacts of child abuse on the victims. • Strengthening the law enforcement systems with the support of the Federal government, by enforcing laws aiming to fight against child abuse in the country. • Through awareness campaigns, we will urge the masses to take up individual roles in curbing the menace. Finally!! We need to build our tomorrow if we want to improve our quality of life. Through these OBJECTIVES, our MISSION will be accomplished and our VISION realized, thereby promoting the wellbeing of every child (FUTURE LEADERS) .!!!!!.”

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