Ravishingly beautiful Princess Ozolua, an entrepreneur and philanthropist, had revolutionised the beauty sector in Nigeria, when she pioneered cosmetic surgery in West Africa. She had wrought wonders with her aesthetic laser machine in Nigeria.
But she fizzled out of the public glare and social scenes shortly after she relocated to Abuja to expand her business.
Though the foregoing may not be news to many, the Edo State- born princess has found a new passion with the launch of an NGO, Empower 53.
It was gathered that the kind-hearted woman that marked her 43rd birthday last Tuesday, has taken up the challenge of rehabilitating internally displaced Nigerian women and children as a result of the activities of Boko Haram. She has reportedly been giving donations of food, mattresses and other relief materials to the IDPs, while also helping them get back on their feet.
It was also gathered that the woman that was nicknamed Sarauniyar Alheri, meaning, Princess of Goodness for her disparate generosity ,has lately set up a school for 501 internally displaced children between the ages of one and 14 years at a camp. She gave them uniforms, shoes, and writing materials and has hired the teachers amongst the displaced Nigerians at the camp.
Despite her successes and fame, her true passion is to selflessly serve the underprivileged, which she has been doing for a long time without making so much noise about it.