Helplessness switched to hope: A story of a poor widow

Helplessness switched to hope: A story of a poor widow.

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“Joy multiple when is shared among friends, but grief diminished with every division. That is life.” R.A Salvatore
Mrs Victoria Simon is a 50 years old widow. From Kaduna state. The resides at NO:4 Ecwa church road behind police workshop mobolaji bank Anthony way Ikeja Lagos.
“I started this petty business after I lost my husband some year ago. My husband died in 2020 following an undisclosed illness. Since my husband’s death, I have been struggling to survive; to feed, train my 3 children and pay house rent. I have no one to help me; my family deserted me. But we God, I have been managing with this little business of traditional Hausa food (coco and fried yam.)”
The Azemobor Gregory foundation decided to diminish her grief by giving her a free grant of N50, 000 to enable her to boost her business. In her exciting words” Mrs Victoria expressed her gratitude to the foundation and used the opportunity to advise other widows to find something doing and not stay idle.
Glory be to God
Special thanks to my brother Mr Clem Awelimobor for believing in us and this great partnership to support widows. Happy birthday once again Mr Clem
God bless the entire team of Azemobor Gregory foundation we appreciate your kind gesture towards the widows.
The cores message of our widow’s empowerment project;
Beloved, the only reason why we are showing you the videos and pictures of our charitable activities is to practically teach, demonstrate and inspire you to imbibe the message of love for humanity. As you watch and see us help widows who are in need, please be inspired also to do likewise.
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