Miss K’s passion for giving back and making a difference is evident.
Her global impact transcends music, fashion, and popular culture.
The Singer, Brand Ambassador, Model, and Entrepreneur,
whose humanitarian efforts mirror her career in the entertainment industry, which is accelerating at a record pace, particularly in Africa.
Something which has earned her the title of "Mother Theresa of Africa"
by the renowned News Giant, "New Telegraph Online" Newspaper,
when returning from her trip to Nigeria in April 2015.
She has utilized her platform to generate
social impact across Health, Education, Drinkable Water, and
Youth Empowerment,within the humanitarian sector especially.
Thus far, Miss-K has supported global campaigns
for the youth's health and enrichment programs on
HIV/AIDS and supported emergency response for natural disasters.
She reached out to several Celebrities and Iconic friends of hers, which included Award-Winning Politicians, Celebrities, and Health Care professionals, all across the world, to create a positive and empowering message, for the Afro-Caribbean community in the UK, during the Lockdown, as the entire world shut down, for the Covid 19 pandemic.
The Health Awareness documentary
was shown on several TV stations in the UK, on several Sky Channels,
throughout the entire summer of 2020.
have won her numerous honors and accolades.
- MTV/SHUGA FOUNDATION
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- MISS TEEN AFRICA
-BOROUGH OF LANGLEY HOMELESS SHELTER
-KREATIVE KICK YOUTH SUMMIT
-NIGERIAN YOUTH IN DIASPORA
while touring Abuja (Nigeria) on behalf of the TV series MTV- SUGA Tour,
to encourage the community to have a free HIV test.
|Miss-K with Mr. Okapara (National Youth Secretary on HIV/AIDS in Nigeria)|
|Miss-K with Dr Marcia Russel|
This, she contended, goes beyond the exhibition of goodwill but will be memorable
and will impact on their future lives.
In 2010, Miss-K wins "Best Activist Humanitarian of the Year" Award by Pride of the Motherland @ the London Indigo 02 Arena, on the 26/6/2010.
for the UK based charity– ‘Green Nigeria’ where she helped raise funds and creating awareness for a better tomorrow for the children of Africa.....