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Thursday, July 01, 2021

Imo State 1st Lady Chioma Uzodinma Rescues Widow And Her 5 Children After Brother In Law Demolished Entire House

Imo state first Lady Chioma Uzodinma's The GoodHope Flourish Foundation (GHFF),brought smiles to the face of a devastated and homeless widow, Mrs. Ifeyinwa Okechi whose house was allegedly destroyed by her brother-in-law...








The GoodHope Flourish Foundation (GHFF), in liaison with the Ministry of Women Affairs and Vulnerable Groups (MWAVG)reacted swiftly by providing her with a conducive accommodation that was fully paid for....

 Mrs Okechi who hails from Ihitte Ukwa, Orsu L.G.A was also given some financial assistance to enable her cater for herself and her five children...

This gesture is to further reiterate the GHFF's commitment and determination in ensuring the welfare of women, children, and vulnerable groups in the State.  

 Mrs Uzodinma has instructed the department of Woman Affairs/Widowhood, MWAVG, to follow up on the issue and determine the role of all actors in the drama that saw the house being demolished... 
















Wicked brother in law!!!

25 comments:

  1. God! So this wickedness we watch in Igbo movies are real?

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    1. What kind of wickedness is this? God forbid this kind of monster brother in law

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    2. Hmmm oga, wickedness ayé.

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    3. Seeing this new house alone will give him hbp.

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  2. So no punishment for the brother in law that carried out this act. Really love what is done for this widow but it would go a long way to implement laws that would ensure what happened to her doesn't happen to another widow

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    1. St Elsewhere Phoenix1 July 2021 at 15:24

      Exactly. Great she helped the lady but the brother in law should be arrested and have his day in court

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  3. When wicked people try to make you cry more, they forget that the tears will bring joy.

    Thank you Mrs Hope. At least IMO people go love you small

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  4. Good gesture by the first lady.
    May the wicked never go unpunished.

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  5. Laudable project but let Justice prevails for her. Widows are human too

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  6. Let Justice prevail for her

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  7. Wicked brother inlaws

    How do I get my id back on blogger. I have tried signing in and out ,yet no change

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  8. Blood is not thicker than water in this case

    Brother from hell

    Nice gestures

    Let justice take its course against this "brother" who even for the sake of his brother's children alone didn't pity the widow

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  9. God bless you dear first Lady 😘

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  10. Igbo men known to be extremely wicked

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    1. Still an Igbo person re built the house, how about that?

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    2. A while ago I condemned my Igbo sister here who was attributing a behavior to a tribe. And most people called her a bigot! See what you are doing, you may probably be the same person calling her a bigot that day.

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  11. Who would put a widow with five children on the streets? Folks act like their time on earth is eternal, forgetting that not even the body they occupy they have any power over it. Man, what kind of heart, if any, do you have? Your own nieces and nephews you put on the streets to be at the mercy

    God has answered her prayers and this home that demon can never touch. Kudos to the first lady and the foundation that got on top of this so quickly.

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  12. What a WICKED INLAW. God bless you ma

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  13. Ahn ahn why will the man come and demolish the house sef🤔🙄

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  14. She probably turned down his sexual advances. Brother in law from hell

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