A woman whose husband absconded from home gets a free cash grant to start a petty trade.

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A woman whose husband absconded from home gets a free cash grant, Join us to Lift 10,000 widows and indigent mothers out of poverty!

Mrs Juliana Okonoboh, is a 40 year old Indigent mother, who’s a native of Igueben Edo state .

Her husband absconded from home with no news about his whereabout since 2010 (about 11 years ago) leaving her with the responsibility to cater for herself and their only daughter.

Mrs Okonoboh was evicted from her rented apartment after she couldn’t pay up the annual rent. Fortunately for her, a good samaritan offered her a place to stay until she’s able to get an apartment. Mrs Okonoboh had to scavenge empty cartons and sell to companies in order to earn a living.

Unfortunately the meager daily profit she earns isn’t enough to feed her and pay for school fees and other educational cost for her daughter.

Today, the Faith Army Ministry International, a (UK based) partner to the Azemobor Gregory Foundation empowered her with a free grant of N20,000 to boost her petty trade.

TO GOD BE THE GLORY.

Many thanks to the Faith Army Ministry International(Calgary, United Kingdom) president, my own very big sister, Pastor(Mrs) Mercy Bello, for believing in us and for this great partnership to lift 10,000 widows and indigent mothers out of poverty in Nigeria.

Thank you ma. May God continue to bless you.

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Together we can make the world a better place to live in with no lack.

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