Miss Millenium raises funds for disabled children

Miss Millenium 2017, Sohea Tshireletso hosted a high tea party at Ba Isago University on Saturday, which was intended to raise funds for children living with disabilities.

During a press conference held at Millenium Jazz Restaurant recently the reigning queen said the event’s main objective was to give back to the community.

Tshireletso explained that since all the former Miss Millenium queens were engaged in various community projects, she decided to assist children with special needs in Tlokweng because her passion and talent lie in education.

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