Massive celebration as Anambra first lady donates houses to 2 widows

Massive celebration as Anambra first lady donates houses to 2 widows

- Anambra state first lady, Ebelechukwu Obiano, has given two houses to two homeless widows in the state

- The first lady used the opportunity to tell women in the state on the need to stay at home and ensure a Covid-19 free state

- Ebelechukwu also promised the women that the houses will be furnished to taste for their comfort

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The first lady of Anambra state and founder of the Caring Family Enhancement Initiative, Ebelechukwu Obiano (Osodieme) has built two houses for widows at Akwaihedi, Nnewi South and Igboukwu in Aguata local government.

At the presentation of the houses to the widows, her excellency also spoke about the need to stay at home and observe the guidelines on preventing the spread of Covid-19, The Independent reports.

“Since this pandemic started, we have all been rooted to our homes. Unfortunately, there are some of our sisters who cannot stay comfortably because they have no roof over their heads.

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“This is why I decided to come out today to ensure that our sisters stay at home and stay safe by handing the keys to two new two-bedroom bungalows built free by my NGO, CAFÉ,” she said.

The first lady said the donated houses will be furnished with necessary household items to ensure top comfort for the beneficiaries.

The first lady was appreciative for her outstanding humanitarian support. Photo source: ABSRadtionTV

The first lady was appreciative for her outstanding humanitarian support. Photo source: ABSRadtionTV
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In speaking to the people on the need to do good, she said: “Don’t wait till you can make it big, do what you can now to help others; no matter how little. You are also encouraged to support what we are doing by donating to CAFE and we will acknowledge your support.”

Johnbosco Akaegbobi representing Nnewi South II Constituency in Anambra praised the wife of the governor for the great donations.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported one of China’s richest families gave their 24-year-old son a whopping $3.8 billion (N1,365,035,000,000) gift.

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The family, also a founder of Sino Biopharmaceutical Ltd, transferred around a fifth of their company’s share capital to their son, Eric Tse, an act that instantly made him one of the richest people.

It should be noted that this is not the first time there is a passing down of wealth to the next generation.

In 2018, four Chinese families transferred more than $17 billion (N6,630,170,000,000) into a family trust. The company, Sino Biopharmaceutical, and the son never responded to messages asking for comments on the billion gift.

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