By Thabo Monyela
TSIDINKO VILLAGE- Aspiring model and actress Eulen Mokgithi, has taken it upon herself to educate pupils about hygiene in the plight of the covid-19 pandemic and shown kindness to the underprivileged residents at Ga-Maake areas as part of her charity projects in her quest of being crowned Miss Limpopo 2022.
The outspoken beauty queen donated surgical masks to all pupils of Tsidinko Mankale Educare centre and 6 sanitizers to the pre-school teachers.
She furthered her donations to underprivileged residents of Bokgaga village with prepared food.
The charitable project under the theme “Children Are the Future” is part of her project towards being crowned Miss Limpopo 2022.
Born and bred in a small village of Tsidinko under Greater Tzaneen, 26-year-old beauty Eulen made it to the top 40 of contestants amongst 300 entries of Miss Limpopo to 2022 competition semifinals.
Speaking to Tzaneen Voice, Eulen said the focus of her project is about teaching children at the Educare centers about the importance of hygiene.
Eulen Mokgithi believes hygiene education is the first step to fight covid-19
” Since we still fighting Covid-19 and imminent emergence of 4th wave, children are vulnerable and that is why I took it upon myself to initiate this charity project to try to curb the spread of the virus towards the children at the lower-level schools,” the beauty queen said.
The ecstatic Miss Limpopo top 40 contestant, showered her mentors in Mashikara Moagi, Pretious Mateta, and Emelda Mokgithi with praise for their unwavering support in her charity project and modeling journey.
The competition’s top 20 lists are expected to be announced on Monday, 1st November 2021 and Eulen has her fingers crossed to break into the top 20.