"2021 We Are Definitely Doing Bigger Things For Children In Africa"

Miss Geekays has expresses her intentions about helping children

By  | Oct 22, 2020, 05:02 PM  | Top of the

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Miss Geekays has expressed the love she has for children, especially on the African continent, and teased on some big plans for 2021 about changing their lives.

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The star recently spent a day with kids at Maikano JSS, and her foundation thanked the school for giving her an opportunity to bless them with her presence. Miss Geekay is the founder of Who Am I, a non-governmental organization that aims to help young individuals self-actualize and realize their true potential and she is no stranger to traveling around schools to motivate children.

The TV and radio personality has become a force to be reckoned with in the industry with her passion for empowering young people. It is no secret that it always brings warmth to our hearts when celebrities show love, especially when the love is directed towards the little ones.

Miss Geekays revealed that she has big plans for kids and said being around them makes her happy. "I love kids. Being around them makes me so happy.Dear God
2021 we are definitely doing bigger things for children in Africa"

We all look forward to knowing what her plans are. The star recently opened up about her struggle with acne at the age of 20. Acne is one thing that causes stress for young people and reduces confidence in some.

The TV star shared a two-part video and detailed her story, "Acne is a topic I do not talk about because it makes me cry, I will try and be strong I've realized something when you are called to do something no matter how hard it is you try to walk away from it keeps following you and you will not be able to sleep at night," she said while addressing a crowd.

"When people were going through puberty I did not have to worry about that because I was a later bloomer I started a lot of things later, for me when it came I was 20 and I had to go see a dermatologist and they gave me pills," she added.

In the second part, the personality detailed how she had to deal with acne at 23  when it came back, and at this point, she was trying to break into the industry.

It is very heartwarming to see our celebs lending their voices and empowering young people Miss Geekays is not the only celeb who is passionate about the girl child in Africa.

At the Miss Universe stage the reigning Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi when Steve Harvey asked her what we should be teaching young girls, the beauty responded by saying,

"The most important thing we should be teaching young girls today is leadership. It's something that has been lacking for a long time. Not because we don't want to, but because of how society has labelled women," she told Harvey. "I think we are the most powerful beings in the world and that we should be given every opportunity. That is what we should be teaching these young girls. To take up space. Nothing is as important as taking up space in society and cementing yourself."
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