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Abia governor’s wife gift five indigent families bungalows


Mrs. Ikpeazu handing over a house key to one of the benefeciaries, the Ngozi family

It was a joyful moment for five families and twenty nursing mothers when the wife of the Abia state governor, Deaconess Nkechi Ikpeazu handed over five bungalows to five indigent families which she built and furnished just as she settled the hospital bills of twenty nursing mothers.

While the families are indigenes of Obingwa and Umuahia South LGAs, the nursing mothers had their babies delivered at Nwaodaku Memorial Hospital and Maternity, Ihie in Ugwunagbo LGA and Seventh Day Adventist Hospital Motherless Babies Homes, Ogbor Hill, Aba but were unable to pay their bills following which Ikpeazu visited the two health institutions and assisted them.

Ikpeazu has so far built and donated over 30 similar houses within the past two years for indigent families including widows and widowers and indicating it was in line with her covenant with God, will spread to all the 17 state LGAs.

She called on concerned persons and groups to assist in assuaging the plight of the downtrodden in the society.One of the nursing mothers, Anuihu Chinyere on behalf of other beneficiaries, expressed gratitude to Ikpeazu for her generosity.

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Deaconess Nkechi Ikpeazu
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