Miss Cameroon 2023: Beauty Queen Nya-Nyo Grace Seeks Population's Support, Prioritizes Youth Empowerment
By Raymond Dingana
Nya-Nyo Wendoh Grace is a Student Nurse and Miss Northwest 2023 who has a soft spot for youth Empowerment reason why bringing smiles to settle on the faces of young people through self employment is top on her agenda as she looks forward to be crowned Miss Cameroon 2023.
She has presented her project to all and sundry in a bit to charm them vote for her as she multiples her effort to occupy the throne of Miss Cameroon 2023.
She said teaching young people how to catch fish and not giving them fish all the time is what she has been doing and plans to do more with the support of bodies interested in youth employment at home and abroad.
To vote in order for her to sit on the throne as Miss Cameroon 2023, Nya-Nyo says her social media handles should be made good use of,
Facebook: Miss Northwest 2023
Instagram: Nya-Nyo Grace/miss Northwest 2023.
19-year-old Nya-Nyo from Noni in Bui Division, North West Region of Cameroon has baptised her project: Let's Breath Hope to a Brighter Future, Ensuring Employment with Education Amongst Cameroonian Youth.
Her plans for the young people of Cameroon were disclosed Thursday September 22,2022 during a Press Conference that took place at the Franco Alliance Hall in Bamenda in the presence of her team.
Quizzed on how she intends curbing youth unemployment when she is finally crowned Miss Cameroon, Nya-Nyo Grace said,
Vocational Training is one the areas I plan to focus on. This is the government cannot employ everyone reason why skills through vocational training is apt. It will create more of
job creators and not job seekers,
Nya-Nyo said before continuing that,
I have been training youths especially internally displaced persons on how to produce natural fruit juice, pastries amongst others which has taken many out of hardship. I intend to work in that same spirit and even do more when I become Miss Cameroon. Supports from Cameroonians home and abroad including institutions promoting youth employment would be needed to escalate this idea.
After meeting with the Press, Nya-Nyo Grace made a stop over in some schools on Bamenda with the following messages:
my message to students is that they should make good use of what ever skills they will learn in school. Any voice telling them to drop out of school should be silenced because education is the key to success.
It should be borne in mind that the Let's Breath Hope to a Brighter Future, Ensuring Employment with Education Amongst Cameroonian Youth project is already on motion and many are already benefiting and many more will do with the very much needed support from all and sundry.