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“I Wanted To Have YOU” Ex-Housemate Lolo Simeon Reveals The Reasons Why She Took Part For This Year’s Housemates Salone Season 3

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“I Wanted To Have YOU” Ex-Housemate Lolo Simeon Reveals The Reasons Why She Took Part For This Year’s Housemates Salone Season 3

  • Ex-Housemate, international model, interpreter, entrepreneur, founder of Fashion To Empower SL and Let Our Children Dream Foundation Lolo Simeon  Opens Up On Why she  took part for this years Housemates Salone Season 3 reality TV show.

The popular reality TV star and international model discloses her intention for taking part in this year’s Housemates Salone season 3 and her next plans for with and for her fans in Facebook post.

Sierra Leone’s international mode and reality TV star, Lolo Simeon , using the brand name team Troopers at this year’s Housemates Salone Season Three show, has revealed the reason why she took part for this year’s Housemates Salone reality TV show and her next plans for and with her fans.

“I wanted to have YOU” the reality TV star Lolo Simeon affirms in Facebook post that she participated for this year’s Housemates Salone reality TV show because she wanted to get her fans join her in her inspiration journey in touching more lives. Lolo Simeon who is the founder of Let Our Children Dream Foundation disclosed that she wanted to get people who are now her fans to be part of journey to touch more lives.

The international model and reality TV star gave  reasons why she bought and filled the form for the show.

In a recent post on Facebook, the reality TV star and international model revealed that she can proudly say that her Housemates Salone 3 project was a huge success. She further stated that she is proud and thankful to  God for her family, friends, management team, fans and well-wishers that invested so much in her to ensure She attain the success she is now celebrating today

She continued by saying that all she  wanted was to show the world who She she, her values, principles and her ideology about society and how to coexist with fellow Humans regardless of their differences. “And last but not the least I wanted to have YOU (yes, you reading) to be part of my life”s journey so together we can touch more lifes and impact our world. “ Lolo Simeon added.

Takiing on Facebook, she said

“What a journey it was!

I can proudly say, my Housemates Salone  season 3 project is a huge success!

I am super grateful to God for my family, friends, management team, fans and well-wishers that invested so much in me to ensure I attain the success we are celebrating today.

My objectives for Hmsl3 were clearly defined even before I bought my form to audition.

All I wanted was to show the world who I am, what I’m about, my values, principles and my ideology about society and how to coexist with our fellow Humans regardless our differences. And last but not the least I wanted to have YOU (yes, you reading) to be part of my life”s journey so together we can touch more lifes and impact our world.

 

Currently based in France – Born and raised in Freetown, Lolo Simeon, is a Sierra Leonean international model, interpreter, entrepreneur, founder of Fashion To Empower SL and Let Our Children Dream Foundation. Her Fashion company,  -Fashion To Empower Sl organises fashion events and competitions including Mister and Miss Best Model Sierra Leone, Runway Fashion Shows etc.

Growing up as a child in Sierra Leone , it was no bed of roses for Lolo. She has always dreamt of becoming a strong, independent, and generous woman of substance. She understood the challenges of life in an environment that gives men the right to maltreat women and take advantage of their vulnerability. Women and girls are left with little or no choice to become independent or self-reliant, they are forced to accept whatever is given to them. To go through University and succeed in whatever project was and is still extremely challenging for women, because of the sexual harassment that comes with it. 

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