Patients Who Couldn't Pay Their Hospital Bills Bailed as Beauty Queen Grace Jucan Embarks on Charity Movement

 6 patients who had been stranded at St Davis Hospital, Ikenegbu Owerri in Imo state were this month bailed and freed to go home when beauty Queen Grace Jucan Emetubelem who is the Imo State Queen (Tourism) and who won the 2017 edition of Most Beautiful Face in Imo State University embarked on her very first pet project which is a humanitarian movement called Save The Child for Tomorrow. The beauty queen used the 14th of February to show the purest form of love to those who were financially incapacitated.
She also visited the children's ward and orphanages where various gift items were shared to the children.

Grace Jucan told how the programme went:

" It was the first project of the year, themed SAVE A CHILD FOR TOMORROW 
On the 14th of February 2018.
We visited St. Davis hospital, which is located at Ikenegbu - Mbari, along crunches fast food. We asked the MD to provide six patients that have been in the hospital for a long time because of the bills they couldn’t pay while we went ward by ward visiting kids and adults in the hospital sharing them bag  of goodies as well as a carton of Locozade boost, Indomie and full beverages. 
When we were done, we were presented with the file of the six patients we asked for and yes we were able to clear the bills.

 I couldn’t stop crying wen I saw that I was able to free some people that have been there for long. Afterwards we visited some motherless homes. All thanks to God almighty for giving me the strength to make this happen, and also thanks to my one and only sponsor who single handedly sponsored this project IYKE BETHANY INVESTMENT"
Queen Grace Jucan cuddling a baby at the children's ward