Philanthropist Arnold Ekweoba donates 2-bedroom bungalow to widow in Anambra

Philanthropist Arnold Ekweoba donates 2-bedroom bungalow to widow in Anambra

- A widow, Philomena Ubaka, recently became a proud owner of a 2-bedroom bungalow in Anambra state

- According to reports, Nigerian philanthropist, Arnold Ekweoba gifted the house to the woman

- Ubaka was said to have been living with her children in a deplorable thatched hut until Ekweoba's foundation came to her rescue

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It was a celebration galore in Ebenebe town in Awka North Local Government Area, Anambra state following the donation of 2-bedroom bungalow to a widow identified as Philomena Ubaka, by a philanthropist, Arnold Chukwuebuka Ekweoba.

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Ubaka had been living with her children in a deplorable thatched hut until hope shone on her in 2017 when an NGO, Restore a Radiant Smile Foundation met with her during one of their outreach.

Handing over the key to Ubaka on Friday, March 5, 2021, the benefactor and CEO, Ekweoba revealed that he had never met the woman until the day of the handover.

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Philanthropist, Arnold Ekweoba donates 2-bedroom bungalow to widow in Anambra
Ubaka and her children were living under poor conditions until help came in 2017.
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In his words:

“A Foundation approached me with the woman’s story sometime last year. I was moved to tears and instantly ministered to by the Holy Spirit to become an instrument of joy to this unknown woman. Immediately, I accepted the request and approved the construction of a befitting two-bedroom bungalow for the woman and her children. What we are doing here today is a divine call. I derive motivation in impacting lives positively. I have never met this family in my life and I’m grateful to God for using me to elevate their standard of living. Like I said earlier, this is a divine mandate and as the spirit directs, we would continue replicating these humanitarian efforts”.

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Earlier in his remark during a courtesy call at his palace, the traditional ruler of Ebenebe Community, His Royal Majesty, Igwe Chris Emeka Nnaegbuna, described the benefactor’s gesture as uncommon. While appreciating Ekweoba, Igwe Nnaegbuna prayed to God to bless and elevate him to enviable heights.

The visibly elated Ubaka was seen shedding tears of joy as she danced alongside friends and well-wishers.

Speaking to the press, the widow who was dumbfounded showered praises and blessings on Ekweoba.

“Today, I strongly re-affirm my belief in God. No time is late for God to bless anybody. Today, I am a living witness of God’s Miracle. I am short of words and all I can say is that God who remembers the widow will never forsake Mr. Arnold, his friends, and family.”

Philanthropist, Arnold Ekweoba donates 2-bedroom bungalow to widow in Anambra
Ekweoba gifted the house to the happy widow and her children.
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Also speaking, the facilitator of the project and partner with the Restore a Radiant Smile Foundation, Victor Ugwoegbu described the day’s event as fulfilling.

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According to him:

“My partner, Mr. Victor Chinyeaka, and I were moved to tears seeing the deplorable state of the woman’s shelter during one of our outreaches in the state in 2017. We couldn’t believe that a human being will be sheltered in such a place. We didn’t have the wherewithal but we prayed God to grant us the opportunity to bring succor to this woman and her family. It became a burden and in mid-2020, I approached Mr. Arnold with the request and he instantly assured me that he would take up the project. Barely six months down the line, here we are. I cannot thank the benefactor enough. He is a young man whose love for humanity is unparalleled. I remain grateful and loyal to him”.

In their separate remarks, the Chairman, Umudiaba Kindred, Umuajana Village, Ebenebe, Maxwell Nnamso, and the widow’s son, Arinze Ubaka expressed gratitude to Ekweoba for becoming an instrument of God’s blessing to the family.

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In other news, popular Yoruba movie actress, Idowu Philips better known as Iya Rainbow, has taken to social media to share a video of the two new houses she was recently gifted by a real estate company

The excited actress revealed she was going to move in with her family.

She also invited her followers to move into her neighbourhood as an avenue in the estate was also named after her.

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Kumashe Yaakugh is a journalist with three years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from Benue State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication. Kumashe is an entertainment and lifestyle editor reporting mostly on entertainment and human interest stories. When she isn't working, Kumashe uses her spare time to read about historical events, music and cultures around the world. Learn more about her on Twitter @kvmashe

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