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Beauty queen, Zainab Amoo, condemns domestic violence, donates to destitute

First runner up in the prestigious Mr and Miss Nigeria Int’l (MMNI) beauty pageant 2016, Ms Zainab Amoo, whose pet project centres on fashion, agric development and youth empowerment has condemned the rampant domestic violence ravaging the society,  describing it as weird, not proper, unmanly, and what must not be encouraged in the society.

Amooo stated this when she celebrated her birthday with the underprivileged at the Okobaba Destitute Home, Ebute-Meta in Lagos State as she donated gifts including noddles, cooking oil, salt, fruits and some cash, among other items, while the chairman of the grossly-indigent community, Ado na Amadu, appreciated her, saying ‘the gesture was to give back to the society.’

She also promised that while her reign lasts, she will continue to seek ways of enriching the lives of those around her, especially the vulnerable and indigent, just as she revealed that preparation towards her pet projects set to take off early next year are in the top gear.

Despite the glamour of her position as Miss Nigeria Int’l Africa 2016, the beauty queen who picked up her diadem last month showed there is more to her role as queen than wearing the crown.