Reigning Miss Eminent Nigeria, Queen Maureen Stephen Jurka has hailed the Honourable Minister of FCT, Alhaji Muhammad Musa Bello on his approach to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic in the nation’s capital.
Queen Maureen Stephens Jurka, felicitating with the FCT Minister on behalf of Nigerian Queen Conference, said the tireless efforts of the Minister to contain the spread of Covid-19 virus in and around the FCT deserves commendation, adding that everyone must join hands to make the fight worth it.
“The virus has overwhelmed many nations with more sophisticated systems, but here in Nigeria and in FCT we are grateful for what has been done, especially by the Minister Alhaji Muhammad Musa Bello”
“His efforts and their results have not gone unnoticed and on behalf of the Nigerian Queen Conference and my office as Miss Eminent Nigeria, I congratulate him for the result he has seen so far, praying that God almighty will guide, protect and give him more wisdom alongside NCDC staff and other frontline workers at the face of the pandemic”, the Plateau State born model said.
Queen Jurka called on FCT residents to observe all precautionary measures as the world gears towards total eradication of the virus.
Queen Maureen Stephen Jurka Plans Talent Hunt With Encyclotainment LLC
Crowned in 2019, Queen Maureen Stephen Jurka said effects of Covid-19 pandemic have taken much of her reign, but she will not be deterred in making valuable impacts within her immediate environment and Nigeria at large.
“Globally people, plans and projects have been shut down, but as the world is reopening gradually, we’ll also have to get our own strategies rolling”, the Political Science undergraduate of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka said, adding that one area she will be venturing into will be talent development in the North.
“We have concluded arrangements with Encyclotainment LLC a USA based entertainment company and we will be working towards harnessing talents in the area of music, modeling, acting, dance, arts, comedy, Disk Jockeys and lots more in the North.”
“We want to have a talent hunt event in three northern regions, with a grand finale in Kaduna State, hoping to produce export ready talents that will make Nigeria and Africa proud within a short time” she said.
She further stated that she understands it would be a huge task for her and the USA based partners, but nothing is impossible if properly planned and implemented.