Pastor Rescues Widow Who Was Going to Sell Her Cooking Gas to Raise Money, Pays Her Child’s WAEC Fee

Pastor Rescues Widow Who Was Going to Sell Her Cooking Gas to Raise Money, Pays Her Child’s WAEC Fee

  • A Nigerian pastor, Juliet Olele, has made a widow happy as she paid the exam fee of her kid in JSS 3
  • Prior to paying the fee, the hope of getting it settled was really slim as the registration deadline was almost closed
  • In a short clip, the woman and kid expressed great happiness when they were told the bill has been cleared

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A female Nigerian pastor identified as Juliet Olele has put smiles on the face of a widow as she solved her financial need.

In a Facebook post, Juliet revealed that the mother of many has been struggling to make ends meet by doing odd jobs.

Pastor Juliet Olele rescues widow
Juliet Olele came to the rescue of the family who expressed deep happiness. Photo source: Juliet Olele
Source: Facebook

Help came on time

Despite her hard work, the woman was unable to pay the examination fee of one of her kids who was in JSS 3.

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The pastor stepped in with her NGO called Comforter's Hand of Care Foundation and settled the examination money.

Both the mother and kid were grateful as they thanked the good Samaritan for what she did. Pastor Juliet said taking care of the needs of the less privileged is the focus of the organisation.

See her post below:

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A Nigerian man showed love

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man who had a rough childhood and could not get what he wanted as a kid put big smiles on the faces of public students.

Chinedu Junior Ihekwoaba said that he remembered that he was once sent out of school for a $29 (N11,041.75) fee because his mother could not pay.

Chinedu disclosed that because he did not want people to know he was not going to school, he would dress in his uniform every morning and hustled instead.

The man revealed that he recently went out to a public school in Oyo state where he bought new socks for the pupils.

Source: Legit

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