LOVE: Mrs Philip Jones receives a free cash grant to start a trade. Join us to lift 10,000 widows out of poverty and create an impact of love.
Today the Azemobor Gregory Foundation donated the sum of N30, 000 to Mrs Philip Jones to re-start her petty business. Mrs Philip Jones, is a 40-year-old mother of 2 kids from Okene, Kogi state. She lost her husband, Mr Philip a police officer, to the cold hands of death in 2003. The husband died after a strange brief ailment.
Since the death of her husband life has been miserable for her as she was forcefully ejected from the apartment they occupy in the Barracks. She resorted to selling Hake Fish (Kpanla) as a means of livelihood to feed and accommodate herself and her children but lost business due to the Covid19 Pandemic last year.
Today, when the Azemobor Gregory Foundation team presented #30,000 to her tears of joy flowed freely from her eyes as she was super elated at the kind gestures, in her words “You people have shown me too much love not regarding that I’m a total stranger”.
To God be the Glory
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