Kate and Emmanuel: Meet 2 Nigerians who empower the poor with their salaries

Kate and Emmanuel: Meet 2 Nigerians who empower the poor with their salaries

- Nigerians are people with good hearts and who are ready to make sacrifices for the good of others

- This is the story of Kate Onah and Emmanuel Ngbede who are feeding and empowering the poor with their salaries

- Kate is a radio host, while Emmanuel is an artist - both Nigerians are blessing a lot of lives with their selfless service

Two Nigerians identified as Kate Onah and Emmanuel Ngbede are living their lives serving humanity by feeding and empowering the poor with their salaries.

Kate is a radio host who is passionate about putting a smile on people's faces through her outreach, Legit.ng has learnt.

Meet 2 Nigerians who feed the poor with their salaries

Kate Onah. Photo credit: League of Extraordinary Nigerians
Source: UGC

The radio host invites health workers to attend to people whenever she organises vocational skill workshop. She said it is important to organise free medical care because most people do not have money to go to the hospital.

Legit.ng cited a video by League of Extraordinary Nigerians in which both humanitarians spoke on their service to humanity.

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Meet 2 Nigerians who feed the poor with their salaries

Sunday Ngbede. Photo credit: League of Extraordinary Nigerians
Source: UGC

Kate empowered over 200 women for vocational training, and some of those she trained are now training others and doing well for themselves.

Ngbede, who is an artist, said he grew up in a poor family which had his mother as the breadwinner who single-handedly trained the children.

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He said: "We had difficulty in feeding. Getting three square meal was quite difficult. So on my own, I looked at it and said 'really? If we can really suffer that much, how much more people on the street?' So I had that covenant with God that I would grow up to be an ambassador for the poor."

Ngbede's dream is to feed 200 people a day.

In other news, Kimberly and Priscilla Addison are two Ghanaian sisters who have built their own cocoa processing company called 57 Chocolate that produces tons of chocolates all made by hand.

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According to a short documentary sighted by Legit.ng on DW.com, the 57 Chocolate sisters had been living abroad until 2014 when they decided to return to Ghana and rather help the country.

In 2016, the Addisons started 57 chocolate and only four years on, the company is able to process 1 ton of cocoa to produce 1,000 handmade chocolates on a weekly basis.

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