In line with the principle and ideal of the Face of Peace Pageant, Zimuzo Benson, winner of the maiden edition of the Face of Peace pageant, paid a courtesy visit to the Inspector General of police at the Nigerian Police headquarters in Abuja.
The queen paid the visit to advance the cause of peace as police force is integral to maintaining and advancing peace in the society.
The Queen told the inspector General to help her achieve her dreams of maintaining and advancing peace as that is her life calling for the next 12 months. The Inspector General promised to support her cause and assured her of police commitment to the cause of peace.
She also paid visits to the Heritage orphanage in Ikeja Lagos and Covenant Academy Ado Ekiti, a home for displaced girls to encourage young girls on how to develop their capacities and build their dreams for greater achievements in life. Recently she donated clothing items to the women and children of Sisqo village in Tarkwa Bay.
The Face of Peace Africa beauty pageant was conceived by the 2010 Miss Peace Nigeria, Ify Concepta. The pageantry seeks to promote peace in a continent torn apart by war, strife and famine. It also works towards the empowerment of the girl child and encourages gender equality. The pageant annually produces an ambassador that promotes peace in Africa.
Miss Benson who represented Egypt at the 2012 edition of the Face of Peace won a cash prize of $10000, a brand new car, a trip to Gambia and one year movie contract with Blu- Moon imaginationz. To prove their credibility the organizers of the pageant presented Miss Benson with a brand new 2012 Kia Rio at the Face of Peace office early this year and a chaperon in a dedicated appartment to attend to her needs.