Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Libyan Returnee Miss Hope Takes Anti- Trafficking Campaign To Secondary Schools +Set To Publish Book

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Libyan Returnee Miss Hope Takes Anti- Trafficking Campaign To Secondary Schools +Set To Publish Book

Remember the Blog visitor who gave a narrative of her horrible experience in Libya where she had travelled to hoping for a better life?

Hope has healed and is now out of the shadows giving hope with her talks and encouraging secondary school students to tow the right path





She says ''I go to schools to enlighten them on dangers of irregular migrations and the dangers of human trafficking. 

I also use my story to encourage rape survivors to speak up and get help.

Secondly, I am almost done with publishing my book and I have started to search for funds to ensure it is published.These are what I do now aside the small food business that i manage.. ''





  



If you feel the need to reach out and support her financially,please contact me and i will send you her Bank details....
Thank you!!!

27 comments:

  1. Omg!!! This is really nice!

    God bless you Hope!

    Lines are falling in pleasant places for you.

    Congratulations for you are a winner and a queen!

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  2. She is doing a good job, rare with
    typical Nigerian ladies who will claim
    to be virgins no matter what.
    But the people she is talking to need to mellow down on social media and
    focus on God in other not to be swept away
    by what they see. Ladies especially.

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    1. Some of the Nigerian ladies who go into schools are virgins. Stop being silly.

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  3. You are a Queen, Hope. Inspire!!

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  4. Inspiring !!! I commend your bravery,God bless you.

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  5. It is well with you. Never despise the days of small beginnings.

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  6. Keep the fire burning ,More grease to elbow

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  7. More grease to your elbow. God bless you.

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  8. You are living up to your name by giving hope to so many. Keep up the great work.

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  9. It is well with you poster,may God give u a new story.amen

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  10. This is so Great and inspiring! Way to Go....Well done

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  11. WOW! Way to go. May God provide your needs according to his riches in glory and may your helpers locate you.

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  12. This is really a great move. Weldone Hope. Nice initiative

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  13. please manage what you tell the children o before they start googling

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  14. Classic case of turning your pain into purpose.
    Go girlπŸ€—

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  15. Keep the hope alive πŸ₯°πŸ’—πŸ’•πŸ˜˜❤️
    May you never run dry of courage and resilience.

    God keep you dear.

    Shalom

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