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'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Onyejemechimere(m): 8:13pm On Dec 07, 2018
Queen Chinonye Joy Olebu, the Miss Imo State Queen Nigeria 2018 has revealed that a visit to Owerri Prison on her birthday has changed the way she saw things, especially where it concerns prison inmates.

Queen Joy who marked her birthday on November 29, 2018, said she previously thought the prison was just a place of agony, but never knew people there had their own lives going on for them.

“I learned people have studied and graduated from while in prison, some are on their Master's Degree and there are others who are very productive in one way or the other”, she said.

After an initial courtesy visit on Mr. Odutan Seye Olukoya, the Deputy Comptroller of Owerri Prisons, Imo State after being appointed as the Coordinator of Imo State Chapter of the Association of Beauty Queens and Kings, Queen Chinonye Joy Olebu decided to celebrate her birthday with the inmates.

“When I learned about their needs, I thought it wise to do my bit. Their needs are actually unlimited, but if taken bit by bits, these inmates will have a good life”

“We arranged food for about 100 persons; I partnered with some medical personnel who helped in the distribution of medical supplies, but the most amazing part was the grand reception they gave us”

“It was amazing seeing inmates that are preachers, singers, dancers and what have you. They entertained us and this will go down as one of the best celebrations I have ever had”

Queen Chinonye Joy Olebu who is also the CEO JoyChinonye Foundation, then hailed Mr. Odutan Seye Olukoya whom she described as a father figure to the inmates, thanking him for the grand reception accorded to her and her crew at the Owerri Prisons.

Having been crowned Miss Imo State Queen Nigeria 2018 recently, Queen Chinonye Joy Olebu said she already has plans of making a difference in the society with series of projects already lined up before her reign ends.

As a dancer, she has already kicked off her ARISE GIRL INITIATIVE which orchestrates ‘GIRL POWER MOB’. Queen Olebu is looking forward to shooting a MOB DANCE of about 100 dancers in Imo State.

She is also planning a Hepatitis Awareness Campaign in tertiary institutions; a health outreach in Orsu, her home Local Government Area in Imo State amongst others.

https://www.otowngist.com/2018/12/02/how-prison-visit-changed-me-miss-imo-queen-chinonye-olebu/

Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by sinaj(f): 8:22pm On Dec 07, 2018
I know that aside the graveyard, the prison is another yard filled with talent.

But how true is this... “I learned people have studied and graduated from while in prison, some are on their Master's Degree ?


Btw the lady in the 2nd picture reminds me of my wicked maths teasher that year lipsrsealed

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by amaniro: 8:25pm On Dec 07, 2018
What is the usefulness of beauty pageantryundecided

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by hatchy: 8:35pm On Dec 07, 2018
Please who's the beauty queen in the crowd because I can't spot any beautiful woman amongst them.

Beauty queen my a$$!

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Ehiscotch(m): 8:44pm On Dec 07, 2018
hatchy:
Please who's the beauty queen in the crowd because I can't spot any beautiful woman amongst them.

Beauty queen my a$$!

Hey, don't hate. Some part of my mind was helplessly trying to spot a fault or flaw but she is indeed pretty.

Anyways, I still have a problem with every Tom, Dick and Harry organising pageantry . There are better things to address and issues to resolve.

To the guy who quoted me, man I am not against pageantry as a whole but aren't we being too vain and already glorifying facial beauty. Even primary and secondary schools now organize beauty contest which could sow seeds of discord, could lead to serious inferiority complex, low self esteem and depression among contestants.

You need to see the video for Pretty hurts by Beyonce.

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by slawomir: 8:46pm On Dec 07, 2018
hatchy:
Please who's the beauty queen in the crowd because I can't spot any beautiful woman amongst them.

Beauty queen my a$$!
Bros I sight one

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by ProfEinstein: 8:46pm On Dec 07, 2018
Whatever!!! Rochas go don fucckk this one undecided
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by justdogitto: 8:47pm On Dec 07, 2018
I am not a big fan of beauty pageantry because I believe no one is born ugly,the way we see people is a reflection of our soul..

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Nobody: 8:47pm On Dec 07, 2018
NEVER marry a lady who sees herself as an OBJECT of mere satisfaction to the men.
Such ladies abound everywhere.
They lack grey matter in their crevices.
LADIES to avoid when considering marriage in order of decreasing severity include:
....hoteliers
....actresses
....waitresses
....seductress.
....air hostesss
....songstresses
....beauty Queen
....female bankers
....female marketer
....dance hall queens.
....female combatant officers
....the “it doesn’t matter ladies”.
....eye catching front desk officers.
....new generation religious choristers.
People will try to put this observation down.
Why don’t you closely observe such yourself..?
Don't say you were not warned.
Most who settled 4 such are yet to find peace of mind.
Okafor's law Is always constant
Better respect yourself !!!!

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Ayoswit(f): 8:48pm On Dec 07, 2018
Prison get level o, some prisons are not in a livable condition and the inmates are treated like animals.
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by NwaAmaikpe: 8:48pm On Dec 07, 2018
shocked



The Nigerian Prisons Service has the worst uniform.

Just thinking about their awful uniform deters me from wanting to stay in a Nigerian prison.

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by 46O1CE: 8:48pm On Dec 07, 2018
Stop bleaching

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Nobody: 8:49pm On Dec 07, 2018
Father mbaka said God despises stingy people so can someone please do . nothing is to small.
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by papiwyte(m): 8:49pm On Dec 07, 2018
Just move to the NEXT LEVEL....

BUHARI 2019 activated
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by reyscrub(m): 8:50pm On Dec 07, 2018
Waiting for the part 2 before I comment
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by unoppose: 8:50pm On Dec 07, 2018
I am Dangerously Going to the NEXT LEVEL....
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Nathan2016: 8:51pm On Dec 07, 2018
Ehiscotch:


Hey, don't hate. Some part of my mind was helplessly trying to spot a fault or flaw but she is indeed pretty.

Anyways, I still have a problem with every Tom, Dick and Harry organising pageantry . There are better things to address and issues to resolve.

Abeg keep quiet.
There is no law or anything against organising it.

It is a way of empowering girls in the society.

If you do good in nija ...peoppe will condemn u.

If you do bad...people will condemn u.


Do you know how many people the program employed?�

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Sweetcollins: 8:52pm On Dec 07, 2018
Chai
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Nobody: 8:59pm On Dec 07, 2018
grin

The truth is once in a while, like during holidays, we should all visit places such as: hospitals, orphanages, prisons, and even cemetery. Those places let's us know , among other things, that we came empty and we shall go empty, we should be grateful to God for being alive and healthy, thankful for freedom, and we have family and friends.

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by ednut1(m): 9:01pm On Dec 07, 2018
amaniro:
What is the usefulness of beauty pageantryundecided
supplies gals for footballers and politicians grin
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by mazizitonene(m): 9:02pm On Dec 07, 2018
sinaj:
S
T undecided
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by PussyRiot(m): 9:04pm On Dec 07, 2018
hatchy:
Please who's the beauty queen in the crowd because I can't spot any beautiful woman amongst them.

Beauty queen my a$$!
so you mean u didn't recognize the beauty queen on beret? how then can you enter into the kingdom of God .
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Hassan88(m): 9:06pm On Dec 07, 2018
WRola:
Good day Sirs/Mas, pls kindly assist me. I'm a final year student having difficulty completing my school and hostel fee. The registration portal was recently locked and reopened for just six days. As at today 07/12/18 we've just a day left.
I'm the sponsor of myself, I work during holidays to come up with my fees but during the just concluded holiday I was sick so I couldn't work. I've not been able to attend classes due to hustle to get this fees paid. I'm highly depressed and don't know what else to do or whom to approach for help.
Pls assist me as you deem fit. May God bless you and grant you all you desire.
I've proof to back my claim.

Trust in God.
Humans are disappointment
A bend in the road is not the end of the road... unless you fail to make the turn.
God is involved, HE will see u through.
Trust me.
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Laju1234: 9:12pm On Dec 07, 2018
Ok
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by WRola: 9:13pm On Dec 07, 2018
Thank you sir. I really appreciate this. Most people think I'm a scam, it's so disheartening.
Hassan88:


Trust in God.
Humans are disappointment
A bend in the road is not the end of the road... unless you fail to make the turn.
God is involved, HE will see u through.
Trust me.

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Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by sinaj(f): 9:31pm On Dec 07, 2018
mazizitonene:
T undecided
busybody
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by ruggedtimi(m): 9:44pm On Dec 07, 2018
saw this babe few weeks ago..she is cute.
Re: 'How Prison Visit Changed Me. What I Saw' - Miss Imo 2018 by Toseenlove: 9:51pm On Dec 07, 2018
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