Face of Nigeria Queen, Tracy Solomon donates desks, chairs to school in Taraba
Ace Nigerian beauty queen Tracy Solomon has continued to deliver
humanitarian aids across states in North-eastern region of Nigeria. As part of her “Educational advancement in Northern Nigeria” campaign, the philanthropist recently donated more than one hundred desks and chairs to The Model Secondary School in Taraba state.
The beauty queen who was at the school during her fourth pet project where she donated a free borehole, stated that she was appalled at the condition of the students who couldn’t afford a reading bench and were forced to sit on the floor during classes.
“For a school that has been in existence since 1991, its really depressing to see some of the students even staffs forced to sit on the floor while taking classes”, the beauty queen reacted while donating the branded chairs and desk to the school management.
Continuing, “Through my office as the Face of Nigeria and by appointment Miss Heritage Nigeria, i engage on this project to provide succor to the students and school with the hope that others especially well-meaning individuals across the State will be motivated to participate in advancing the educational standard in Taraba state generally”.
In attendance for the Pet Project is the commissioner of Women Affairs Taraba State, Directors of The Ministry of Education Taraba State, the Traditional Head of Jalingo, and some other Taraba State Government officials.
Tracy Solomon is the new Miss Heritage Nigeria, appointed by the Face of Nigeria Beauty Pageant organization. She will be representing Nigeria at the 2023 Miss Heritage international world finales billed to hold in November, in Thailand.