Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Miss Fiona Amuzie
Fiona Amuzie is the winner of the 2010 edition of Most Beautiful Girl In Nigeria pageant.

She is indeed beautiful and commands a lot of respect wherever she goes.
The University of Jos, Microbiology undergraduate was crowned in 2010 at Eko Hotel in Lagos as the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria and has remained the reigning queen with her flawless skin and beauty.
Currently, she is embarking on a campaign against child labour and trafficking by her Fiona Amuzie Oragnisation.
She was recently in Ghana and spoke about her project with entertainment writer, Quame Junior:  

Q: You are welcome to Ghana Miss Amuzie
Fiona: Thank you very much Quame, it is my pleasure to be here.
Q:  How do you find Ghana so far?
Fiona: Honestly, it has been amazing, from my arrival at the airport to the Akwaaba (welcoming) city to the beautiful malls, to the bubbly nights. Awesome!

Q: Any interesting experience yet?
Fiona: I would say the high tides at the beach; the serenity of the environment was just bliss.

Q: So what brings you to Ghana?
Fiona: Well, I've always looked forward to visiting Accra again, and now my sister, Uzo's wedding just made that even more possible. I feel a strong bond to creating long lasting synergies with a few potential partners here.

Q: What will you say about the entertainment industry in Ghana and where do you see Africa entertainment in the next five, 10 years?
Fiona: Africa has definitely risen far above its expectations within the past few years. Now we have growing technologies and expertise to make that more plausible. From Ghollywood to Ghanaian music, I find Ghana more entertaining than it used to be, plus effective collaborations with the Nigerian scenes has made it more interesting.
I see the Ghanaian entertainment industry opening up to more nascent ideas and more collaborations, both locally and internationally, to further broaden her prospects globally.

Q: Fiona, what's FOTIP?
Fiona: FOTIP in full means the Fiona Amuzie Oragnisation against Trafficking in Persons and child labour. We cater for the victims of human trafficking and child labour by soliciting for funds from sponsors, providing relief materials to the NAPTIP shelters, empowering the victims undergoing rehabilitation, and organising sensitisation and enlightenment programmes on the issues of modern day slavery.

Fiona: FOTIP was inspired by my mother. As a nurse at NAPTIP, she takes care of the victims and nurtures them while in rehabilitation. I had a close-up opportunity to hear their cries, and listen to their stories. So, after I was made an ambassador of NAPTIP ( National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons and other related matters), I figured it was time to set up FOTIP as a supporting foundation, to make a positive impact in those lives that find themselves in such unfortunate conditions.

Q: What message do you have for your fans in Ghana, Nigeria and all over the world?
Fiona: I haven't met anyone I did not love, so I'd say, I love you all....Tiara kisses.

 Credit: NEWS-ONE 



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