Queen Nsikan addresses the Youths of Presbytherian Church of Nigeria while on a Thanksgiving Service.

By Mfonobong Robson

Queen of Queens – Chair person of the Supreme Council of the Kings and Queens (Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic Chapter), Queen Nsikan Williams yesterday addressed the youths of the Presbytherian Church of Nigeria while on a thanksgiving service at The Presbytherian Church of Nigeria, Aya Road, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.

In her address, she urged all the youths to stand up for their rights in contributing to the growth of their communities by going to school so as to become well meaning citizens of the country.

She also called on parents to promote and support the Girl child education by sending their children to school so they can become the best in the society.

Before her address, Queen Nsikan introduced The Supreme Council of the Kings and Queens by stating her objectives. She added that Organization is aimed at promoting local content as well as an umbrella organization for all the Kings and Queens in the Polytechnic.

She later called youths that are interested in Bead making, fashion designing and Ankara making to send in their names and contact information through their Pastor as she will check back to get the names for her necessary actions.

In her words:
I want to use this medium to thank Rev. Pastor Obot Esuabana, Elders, deaconesses and members of the Congregation for the opportunity given to me to address the youths of this Church. It is my pleasure to stand out here this morning to address the youths to shun violence, lesbianism, prostitution and all forms of social vices. I want to call parents to know that the youths are the leaders of tomorrow and as such, they should not deprive their children of their fundamental rights by sending them to school.”

“I strongly believe the economic recession we are passing through right now is just a matter of time as we pray for God’s intervention. I want to challenge all they youths of this church to believe in themselves by contributing to the growth of this State and Nigeria at large by always seeing themselves as leaders of tomorrow. I didn’t come here today to discourage you all but to say that the future belongs to those that are ready to contribute to their society by developing their God-given talent.”

“My prayer today for all of you is that God should keep you, protect you and bless you as you stand out to make a difference. Once again, remain bless, your future is bright” .

The queen was accompanied by Hon. Adviser Mr. Henry David, Rt. Comr. (Prince Ibann, Akpanobong Ekerette, Comr. Akpan Ekomobong Donald (Mr. Ikono), King Etima-Abasi Effiong Okorie (Mr. Carnival/Vice Chairman) and Comr. Mfonobong Robson (Head of Media & Publicity).

Following her address was a blessing from the Rev. Pastor Obot Esuabana as he ordered the congregation to stretch their hands to pray for the Queen and her entourage.