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Ikpeazu’s wife donates houses to more indigent rural widows


Deaconess Nkechi Ikpeazu

Deaconess Nkechi Ikpeazu

Two more lucky indigent rural widows have received houses built and equipped by the wife of Abia State governor, Deaconess Nkechi Ikpeazu.

The two brought to 11, the total number of three-bedroom bungalows built and equipped with domestic materials comprising furniture, cooking utensils, potable water among others, that have so far been donated to rural widows d in the state by Mrs. Ikpeazu.

Both beneficiaries, who are over 60 years, were Mrs. Rosemary Ogbonna Ikwuakolam of Amuzukwu Ibeku and Mrs. Abigail Ugonma Onuzuirike of Umudiawa communities, both in Umuahia North Local Council.


While handing over the houses to the beneficiaries, Mrs. Ikpeazu said the gesture was in line with her passion to provide shelter for the homeless, as one way of alleviating their sufferings and of fulfilling a covenant she made with God to use her position to positively touch the lives of those in need.

Both Mrs. Ikwuakolam and Mrs. Onuzuirike, thanked the governor’s wife for her kind gesture.

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