Queen Precious Brings Cultural Perspective to Debate on Indigent’s Rights

Queen Precious Brings Cultural Perspective to Debate on Indigent’s Rights
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Queen Daniel Precious, the esteemed Cultural Queen Africa 2022, on Wednesday, participated in a one-day stakeholders’ dialogue on the rights of indigents in Nigeria. The event, organized by Miss Face of Humanity Nigeria took place at the National Human Rights Commission in Abuja with the theme: “Protecting the Rights of Indigents; Problems and Solutions for The Nigerian State.”

As a prominent figure representing African culture, Queen Daniel Precious’s participation added a valuable cultural perspective to the discussions surrounding indigents’ rights. Her presence and insights brought attention to the unique challenges faced by indigents from diverse cultural backgrounds across the country.

Queen Precious Brings Cultural Perspective to Debate on Indigent’s Rights
    Queen Daniel Precious (3rd Right), and other Dignitaries at the Stakeholders’ Dialogue organized by Miss Face of Humanity Nigeria

    While delivering her remarks, Queen Daniel Precious stressed the need for policies and programs that respect and integrate indigenous cultures into the fabric of society. She emphasized the importance of empowering indigents to preserve their cultural heritage while ensuring they have equal access to education, healthcare, and opportunities for socio-economic advancement.

    The Cultural Queen Africa also highlighted the role of education in promoting cultural tolerance and understanding among Nigerians. She advocated for inclusive educational curricula that encompass the histories, traditions, and contributions of indigenous cultures, fostering a more inclusive society that appreciates diversity.

     

    Queen Precious Brings Cultural Perspective to Debate on Indigent’s Rights
      From L-R: Amb. Chika Ezenwa (Miss Face of Humanity Nigeria), Amb. Alfredo Miranda (Mexican Ambassador to Nigeria), Mrs. Arase (Director, Corporate Affairs and External Linkages, NHRC), and Queen Daniel Precious (Cultural Queen Africa 2022)

      Queen Daniel Precious expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to participate in the stakeholders’ dialogue. She commended Miss Face of Humanity Nigeria for organizing such a vital event and urged stakeholders to embrace a holistic approach to indigents’ rights, one that respects cultural diversity and promotes social cohesion.

      Read also: Queen Daniel Precious Shines at Face of Democracy Nigeria

      The one-day stakeholders’ dialogue on indigents’ rights organized by Miss Face of Humanity Nigeria at the National Human Rights Commission stands as a pivotal moment in the pursuit of a more inclusive and equitable Nigerian society. The event highlighted the pressing issues faced by indigents and provided a platform to develop workable solutions for the Nigerian state to protect their rights and ensure their dignity.

      By Ken Gbados.

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