Miss Face of Arise Africa 2019: Queen Ezeigbo Margaret Amaka Set To Donate Books At Arise Africa Back To Schools Project
She hails from Enugu State, Nsukka Local government. She is a graduate of Taisolarin University of Education (TASUED). Hobbies are, modeling, acting, motivating, reading novels, cleaning, dancing.
She was crowned Miss Face of Arise Africa 2019 on July 27, 2019 at the prestigious Full Moon Hotels, Owerri Imo State after a keen contest.
Queen Ezeigbo Margaret Amaka in a bid to identify with needs of less privileged children in the society is donating exercise books to students at Arise Africa Back To School Project.
According to the press release on the official Instagram page of Arise Africa Modelling Agency, this in in line with the vision of Arise Africa of raising the beautiful continent of Africa and will be a way of motivating and encouraging learning in schools.
The top model will be among Influential women gracing African Women Conference which is billed to take place at Monrovia, Liberia next year. An event which Arise Africa is powering the Award segment.
Arise Africa Magazine Brand Ambassador will leave a lasting legacy as a beauty Queen.
According to her;
"I will love to use my crown to touch lives by organising seminars for youths, giving motivational talks on the need to believe in themselves and their dreams"
" I will also encourage them on how good it is to go for what you have passion for because it gives joy and fulfilment even if it doesn't fetch them money immediately. Using myself as an example as well.
Through Arise Africa platform we will be
reaching out to the less privileged by going to the registered motherless baby's home, working with them, giving them advice, showing them love and care by visiting them regularly. Getting them clothes, gifts that is giving them most of there important needs as I love to attend to children and motherless babies as a whole. "
"Also I would like to visit some schools, impact knowledge in them, advising them never to give up no matter how the challenges in education may be using myself as an example on how I started my education and came out with the best results even when I almost gave up, I believed in myself and stayed strong in prayers and hard work."
"Most children are out there looking for shelter, food, support, clothing and a good life. When I take them to a good motherless home where they will be taking care of and where they can build a better life as well. I love children a lot and I can go extra mile for them just to put a smile on their faces. ” she said.
Queen Ezeigbo Margaret Amaka is the 4th Queen to be crowned Face of Arise Africa in what would be adjudged the most glamorous edition ever since 2016 with the theme: Africa On The Rise.
She has vowed to leave a lasting legacy as a Queen and Brand Ambassador of Arise Africa Magazine.
"I want to leave a legacy as Face of Arise Africa. Making impacts within and beyond my immediate society”
“We have the African Women intercultural dialogue coming up by January 2020 in Liberia and I hope to join other influential women to make a positive impact ".
Queen Ezeigbo Margaret Amaka has had amazing career as a model winning 2 Crowns in one year and is ending the year 2019 on a high note.
See some amazing photos of Queen Margaret Miss Face of Arise Africa 2019