Modupe Debbie Ariyo (Human Rights Advocate & Anti-Children Abuse Campaigner) Received Her OBE Medal From The Queen Of England


Modupe Debbie Ariyo (Human rights advocate and anti-children abuse campaigner) received her Order of the British Empire (OBE) medal from the Queen of England yesterday, Feb.9, 2012. 

Debbie Ariyo is the Founder and Chief Executive Director of Africans Unite Against Child Abuse (AFRUCA). Nigerian born Modupe has worked tirelessly against the abuse of children across the world and particularly among the black community in the United Kingdom and in Africa. Congrats sis.
Another Nigerian and former NBA star, John Uzoma Amaechi also received his O.B.E this week. Congrats bro.

Story: Djabass
At Buckingham Palace today with my brother and sister…collecting my OBE. Debbie captioned this pic on her facebook photo album…

My daughter and I after receiving my OBE today at Buckingham Palace.Debbie captioned this pic on her facebook photo album...
The blogger wishes to congratulate Modupe Debbie Ariyo for this award and for all her humanitarian efforts in making the world a better place. None of your efforts shall go unrewarded…

Images: Debbie’s facebook Page

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