Stylish Sisi Alert: Stephanie Okereke Linus Stuns in 4 Looks at UN Meeting........Meets Princess Mary Elizabeth of Denmark

Award winning Nollywood actress and activist, Stephanie Okereke was at the UN where she joined other world leaders, policy makers and key stakeholders for strategic meetings at the 72nd United Nations General Assembly currently taking place in New York, USA.

She was seen connecting with women who are holding their own and making a positive impact around the world.
From Princess Mary Elizabeth of Denmark, the UNFPA Representative of Nigeria country office, Ms. Diene Keita, wife of Nigeria's Senate President, Toyin Saraki and one of my all time favourite women in the world,deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Amina J. Mohammed.


 The actress choose a color pallet; black and shades of pink.
On the first day, she wore a black and white fitted dress; the 2nd day, she wore a black, sequin gown; the 3rd day, she chose a pink gown, which had dramatic sleeves and on the 4th and last day, she wore a peach top with dramatic sleeves.

Judging by these pictures, if there is one thing I have noticed about Stephanie's style, is the fact that she loves dramatic clothes.

 From the uber dramatic sleeves, to feathers on the clothes and the shimmery fabric.....Stephanie and subtle are not in the same sentence when it comes to her style😊.

Enough of her style, let's go to the other important thing she went to do at the event......advocacy for the rights of women and kids.

Her advocacy movie on fistula awareness, "DRY", was screened at one of the events to an audience comprising of several African leaders, first ladies, health experts and policy makers.

The actress also attended,a high profile meeting on rebuilding shattered lives and communities for girls and women on the 1st day.

On the 2nd day, she attended and gave a speech during a high-level dialogue on how to use Africa's youthful population as the engine of socio-economic transformation.













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