Months after her emergence as Miss Talent in the Aura International Beauty Pageant, Police Campaign Against Cultism and Other Vices (POCACOV) have unveiled international beauty queen and model, Amanda Ifeoma Akunne as its ambassador.
Queen Amanda was unveiled in Abuja yesterday by the National POCACOV, CSP Ebere Amaraizu.
The 22-year-old graduate of International Relations and Diplomacy is to work with stakeholders for the Self Discovery programme of POCACOV in the areas of sensitization of the girl child.
Amanda is saddled with the responsibility of cutting the conveyor belt and the supply chains, thereby making girls woman of value and virtue in line with the agenda of the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Present at the unveiling event includes some POCACOV stakeholders and ambassadors, her manager, Oluchi Akunne, and others.
Speaking on the development, National Coordinator, POCACOV, said, “she is unveiled today as a POCACOV Ambassador to help in the sensitisations, advocacy and mentorship class of POCACOV especially as it concerns the girl child for strategic leadership direction.”
Responding, Queen Amanda thanked the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu and the Nigeria Police Force for coming up with the POCACOV initiative which has helped to sensitise different stakeholders, especially the young minds which includes the girl-child on the dangers inherent in cultism and other vices and the need to be a champion.
She added that she joined POCACOV having carefully followed its various programmes and activities, which is appealing to the conscience of the young minds.
She further maintained that she has a drive to help the girl child to overcome low self-esteem and to build them to become a woman of value and virtue in their environment and POCACOV is offering such platform.