Azemobor Gregory Foundation “Mrs Beatrice Egwuonwu has a reason to smile”!
Mrs Beatrice Egwuonwu a 51-year-old widow is a native of Umuahia, Abia State who’s struggling to cater for herself and her three (3) children.
Prior to the death of her husband a Nigerian Police man who was diagnosed with Typhoid and Malaria, shortly after three months he had a stroke of paralysis which took his life (10 years ago). All the entire family savings went down on his medical bills, since then, being the breadwinner of the family, Mrs Beatrice started a petty trade, she sells fruits (Banana, Mango, coconut and pineapple) at the Highway patrol barracks Ikeja, Lagos.
Today the Bowl of Mercy Foundation (Calgary, Canada) partners of the Azemobor Gregory Foundation presented a free cash grant of N25,000 to Mrs Beatrice to boost her petty trade.
To describe her expression of joy would be underrated as there’s no word to describe how grateful she’s, she said words of pray Bowl of Mercy Foundation.
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– To create awareness for the plight of hapless widows globally, who are traumatized, oppressed, impoverished and abandoned by the government, religious organizations and society.
TO GOD BE THE GLORY!
Special thanks to the President/Founder of Bowl of Mercy Foundation (Calgary, Canada), Mrs Patricia Jebose for believing in us and for this great partnership to support widows and indigent mothers.
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