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Karrueche Tran Model brought to tears at IDP camp in Abuja

Karrueche Tran has ended her two-day visit to Nigeria but she definitely with memories to last a lifetime!

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Karrueche Tran at Hope for Survival Orphanage in Abuja play

Karrueche Tran at Hope for Survival Orphanage in Abuja

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Karrueche Tran has ended her two-day visit to Nigeria but she definitely with memories to last a lifetime!

The model didn't only speak well of her stay in the country's capital city but spared some of her time to visit the #BringBackOurGirls camp in Abuja which almost brought her to tears.

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play Internally Displaced Persons camp in Abuja (Instagram)

 

"Yesterday I had the opportunity to visit an IDP camp in Abuja where many of the #bringbackourgirls came to. I remember seeing the #bringbackourgirls movement on social media but seeing it in person was a much different experience. I was able to listen to this mothers story of her journey from Northern Nigeria. It was very heartbreaking to hear and to see their living conditions," She wrote beneath a picture of the camp.

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play Karrueche Tran visits Internally Displaced Persons camp in Abuja (Instagram)

 

"She said when it rains they have no choice but to stand and there is little to no work for her husband. I told her I admire her for her strength and I will pray for her and her family everyday. This was a very humbling experience for me-I cried at the thought of ever complaining about anything in life. It is unfortunate but I know God will protect them. We cannot save the world but we can take small steps to help," she added.

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play Karrueche Tran makes new friends at IDP camp in Abuja (Instagram)

 

She also visited the Hope for Survival Orphanage in Abuja where she fell inlove with a 9-month-old girl named Comfort.

"I also was able to visit Hope for Survival Orphanage - this is 9 month old Comfort who went straight in my arms - she was so cute and lovable," she wrote.

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