25 December 2012

Nigeria: Group Empowers 400 Women in the FCT

An organization known as 'Jesus for life Women International Ministry' has donated items to 400 widows and indigent women in the FCT.

Items donated include; grinding machines, wrappers, food items, cloths, perfumes, and cash, among others.

Presenting the items to them during the organization's annual end of year love feast for widows and less privilege women at the weekend, President of the group, Evangelist Princess Chinwe Nnabuife said the donation is aimed at empowering the women with a source of livelihood and to also enable them celebrate the festive season.

She said empathy and passion to help the less privilege inspired her annual empowerment of the women folk.

"I remember what my parents went through to see us through school and give me a lease of life, so there is this satisfaction to give back to the less privilege, at least to put a smile on somebody's face no matter how little. Every December as God empowers me I bring women together to empower and celebrate with them," She said.

Nnabuife urged the women to be always be grateful to God in whatever situation they find themselves in life.

She enjoined the women to always look up to God for solutions to their problems, saying he will always address their situations no matter how bad and though the answers may take a little while his delay is not denial .

One of the beneficiaries, who gave her name as Mrs Rose from Dei-Dei in the FCT, said she is very happy to receive the gifts and prayed God to continue to bless Nnabuife for her to continue to empower more women.

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