Miss Independence Kgatleng, Clicks donate to less privileged

Miss Independence Kgatleng
Miss Independence Kgatleng

The reigning Miss Independence Kgatleng queen, Neo Vicky Monametsi, concluded her tenure with a charitable project at Artesia Kgotla, generously donating clothes, food hampers, and toiletries on Friday.

Monametsi's philanthropic effort was made possible through the support of Clicks Group Botswana. She directed her support towards a vulnerable 19-year-old, Patience Legase, who shared her challenging life journey with the attendees.

Legase expressed her long-time desire to become a beauty queen, citing her admiration for their stunning dresses. Despite facing early pregnancy during her Form Two, Legase demonstrated resilience, returning to school after childbirth. She even formed a club to counsel her peers, especially girls, encouraging them to take their studies seriously and avoid early relationships. Legase expressed concern about the prevalent issues in Artesia, where young girls engage in relationships with older men.

Editor's Comment
Government’s efforts commendable!

Since the news broke, the government made sure to work hand in hand with the South African government to assist the families of the victims. The two countries came together to help the families identify the bodies of their loved ones through DNA testing. The government also announced that they would assist families with food for mourners before the funerals.Even though the deceased persons were mostly residents of Molepolole, the government...

Have a Story? Send Us a tip
arrow up