Oritsejafor’s foundation gives lifeline to over 100 widows

As part of activities to celebrate this year’s St. Valentine’s Day, Word of Life Bible Church, Warri through her Eagle Hands International Foundation,


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Oritsejafor’s foundation gives lifeline to over 100 widows
Papa Ayo & Mama Helen Oritsejafor with the beneficiaries’

As part of activities to celebrate this year’s St. Valentine’s Day, Word of Life Bible Church, Warri through her Eagle Hands International Foundation, EHIF, has given out 10 thousand naira each to over 100 widows and widower of the church, Fresh Angle International can report.

 

Wife of Papa Ayo Oritsejafor and Chairperson of Eagle Hands International Foundation, Mama Helen Oritsejafor after the presenting the lifeline to the beneficiaries, said she and Papa Ayo are very happy for the privilege God has given them to show love to people.

 

She encouraged the beneficiaries to make judicious use of the money, with a view to adding value to their businesses, noting that Christians have to emulate God’s love as commanded in the Bible.

 

Mama Helen Oritsejafor charged young girls to shun immoral act and not allow themselves to be deceived by men, but to remain dedicated to God.

 

EHIF Project Manager, Pastor Oreva Usolo commended Papa Ayo & Mama Helen Oritsejafor for establishing the foundation, which “they have used to touch lives meaningfully, irrespective of tribe, denomination and affiliation”.

 

Pastor Usolo listed some of the projects embarked upon by EHIF to include skill acquisition training for 13 ex-militants, 3-day re-orientation and integration for some vulnerable young ladies, training of women at Agbon Clan, donation of tricycles, clippers and sewing machines.

 

Other achievements include empowering of 40 physically challenged persons with Fifty Thousand Naira each, training of over 200 persons in bead making, shoe making, catering and exterior decoration.

 

According to Pastor Usolo, over one thousand students from kindergarten have benefitted from EHIF scholarship scheme up to tertiary level, courtesy of Papa & Mama Ayo Oritsejafor annual scholarship programme.

 

Our Senior Correspondent reports that the widows were full of joy as they received the cash and prayed for Papa & Mama Oritsejafor.

 

 

 

Pst. Segun Manuel coordinating the children during the raffle draw 

 

Mama Helen Oritsejafor (right) & Pastor Oreva Usolo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Celestine Chijoke Ukah
Senior Correspondent of Fresh Angle International. I have a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and have undertaken a training in Advance Writing and Reportorial Skills
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