Over 500 widows, 40 widowers and 100 indigents lifted up by THEEE initiative


 www.odogwublog.com reports exclusively that Target Health, Education and Economic Empowerment (THEEE) Initiative, a non -governmental organization has uplifted the lives of over Seven Hundred (700) widows, widowers and indigent citizens of Achi, Oji River local government area, Enugu state with free drugs, tomatoes, rice and supplements worth several millions of naira.  

THEEE Initiative founded about ten (10) years ago by Lady U & Victor Obi Anadiume takes care of Orphans, indigent brilliant students who are being sponsored to various levels of education, Skill Acquisition and professional football among others.

District Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Awka zone, Rev Isaac Erigbuo expressed surprise that despite the family lost their sister Late Mrs Joy Mbaekwe within the festivity , they still went on to remember the less privileged, the widows and indigents in their midst. He blessed God for the family’s relentless joy in taking care of others who they are better off even as he urged wealthy people in the society to emulate Lady U & Victor Obi Anadiume.





 On his part, Evangelist Dada Onyebuchi-Ejidike, lauded the sterling qualities of the donor family and asked God to give them the fortitude to bear the loss of their sister who died while the family was about giving helping hands to others, expressing gratitude that the event was not called off despite the death as only God brings and takes life.
The Chairperson of the THEEE Initiative management committee Mrs Ifeoma Anayalebechi appreciated the founder of the Lady U & Victor Obi Anadiume Foundation and the THEEE Initiative schemes, Lady U & Victor Obi-Anadiume  for not aborting this year’s programme sequel to the  death of the founder’s sister, noted that the programme has assisted Achi people tremendously.
She said the recession really affected every aspect of events in 2016 and still counting but prayed God to make the programme of THEEE Initiative and Lady U & Victor Obi-Anadiume foundation better and bigger even as she asked for health and life for the Founder of THEEE initiative, Lady U & Victor Obi Anadiume.
In their separate remarks , the beneficiaries, Mrs Beatrice Emelibe of Umuike Omasi Mbuleagu , Mrs Martina Julius of Obeagu Umueze and Mrs Chukwuekezie Uzoamaka, a retired Headmistress of Ikeneze Primary school all commiserated with the Obi-Anadiume’s for the loss of their sister and thanked them for still remembering them this New Year and Christmas.

They said the THEEE Initiative has been of tremendous help to them as a people as it has provided water scheme, security vans, grants and free interest loans as well as clothes and food on their table, describing his donations and gifts as unconditional as he expects nothing in returns.
They separately prayed  for them for God’s protection and guidance always as they continue to assist the challenged and indigents in their midst.
Over 500 widows, 40 widowers and 100 indigents lifted up by THEEE initiative Over 500 widows, 40 widowers and 100 indigents lifted up by THEEE initiative Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Tuesday, January 03, 2017 Rating: 5

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