Ex-beauty Queen, Irene Onwuka Marks Birthday With Stunning Photos



Ex-Beauty Queen, Financial Expert & Philanthropist Queen Irene Onwuka Marks Birthday With Stunning Photos 

Ex-Miss Ambassador for Peace(MAFP)2013, Queen Irene Onwuka has celebrated her birthday amidst gratitude while recalling her life journey so far. 

She also released a number of stunning images which has since set the internet buzzing. 

Queen Onwuka who won her beauty pageant at age of 21 on a social media post on Saturday recalled how people queried her real age on the account that she looked more mature than her real age. 

According to her, at the age of 19, she had a big vision, thinking and acting like 30 years and above. 

"When I graduated from the university, I had a different mindset, carried myself differently, I had a big vision, I knew at 19 to do big things I’d have to level up to fit into the Society, I had the mindset of a 30 year old in a body of a 19 years girl starting life" she said. 

The author and children advocate while recollecting how fans used to argue about her real age on popular blog sites added that the good aspect of it was that it helped her in business. 

She revealed that her confidence and boldness even at young age exposed her to the high and mighty in the world of business where she stood tall to negotiate and brought in deals. 

"Irene the boss lady, irene the thick skin lady, irene the no Nonsense lady, irene the small girl with big God, the Power in me stood me out in front of Big companies, People in high places to speak or negotiate for business and I got them, hence my confidence in business, I became friends with high and mighty people in Govt because of my BOLDNESS, CHARISMA , ELEGANCE, PERSONALITY, and that really gave me a respectable personality, people never used my young age to judge my capabilities or my work ethics" she added. 

The founder Queen Irene Onwuka Peace Foundation (QIOP) had in recent years embarked on child advocacy engagements tagged National Children Peace Concert which she usually holds in the FCT to mark the May 27 Children's Day. 

The Foundation, which is her humanitarian initiative seeks to use this outreach to preach the message of peaceful co-existence among Nigerians through children, as part of its ‘Peace Education Campaign’.


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