Little Miss Kogi Queen Aisha Salau Audu advocates for children’s dreams and aspirations at Kogi Street Fashion Carnival

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***Described Olarewaju Rotimi Churchy, as her mentor and best friend, as she highlights the importance of his support in her journey

During the recent Kogi Street Fashion Carnival hosted by Olarewaju Rotimi Churchy in Lokoja, Queen Aisha Salau Audu, the newly crowned Little Miss Kogi, took the stage to deliver a passionate speech advocating for children and their aspirations.

In her address, Queen Aisha emphasized the importance of parental support in nurturing children’s dreams and passions while also instilling discipline and education. She called on parents and guardians to prioritize the development and protection of children’s moral and ethical behavior, as a means of preserving Kogi’s rich culture and history.

“As Little Miss Kogi, it is my duty to work alongside parents and guardians to ensure the well-being of children in our state,” Queen Aisha stated. “I urge you all to support me during my reign as we strive to empower and uplift the youth of Kogi.”

Expressing her love for fashion and modelling, Queen Aisha credited her uncle, Olarewaju Rotimi Churchy, as her mentor and best friend, highlighting the importance of his support in her journey.

The Kogi Street Fashion Carnival was a showcase of creativity and talent, with local designers and models dazzling the audience with their unique styles and innovative designs. With Queen Aisha’s support and advocacy, the event served as a platform for promoting the importance of children’s well-being and dreams.

As the newest Little Miss Kogi, Queen Aisha Salau Audu is set to make a lasting impact on the community, inspiring others to follow their passions and embrace their heritage. With her dedication and compassion, she is sure to make a difference in the lives of children across Kogi state.




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