Miss Cuutington University (CU), Wokie Kou Dolo of Nimba County, who is now a contender in this year’s Miss Liberia Beauty Pageant, has donated several assorted food items and three bags of rice to children at the Kola Tree Orphanage on GSA Road in Paynesville, outside Monrovia
She said her visit and the donations were to identify with the less fortunate children sheltering at the facility during the country’s difficult period.
She admonished the children to take their education seriously, “because you people are the future leaders of the country.”
Miss Dolo challenged the orphans not to allow their current situation steal their joy and prospects for a better tomorrow, noting, “You can make it despite your condition today.”
She had interactions with the children through which some of them told her that they want to become future queens like her, medical doctors or engineers, etc.
The beauty queen contestant then assured the orphans that she will continue to visit with them whenever the time was there for her to do so.
Meanwhile Miss CU has donated LD4000 to two student groups at the Ganta United Methodist University (UMU) and the St. Lawrence Catholic Schools in Ganta, Nimba County, respectively.
During the presentations, she challenged the students to be studious and strive very hard to reverse opinions that Liberian students are lazy and unprepared.
She told the students to continue attending classes despite government pronouncement about the closure of schools in the country, noting, “You have to come to school until the decision to close school can take effect.”
Miss C U is representing Nimba County at this year’s “Miss Liberia Beauty Pageant” slated for August 22.