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RCCG : Women Group Empowers Widows

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Nigerians have been advised to support widows and the less privileged in the society to help alleviate their plight especially during festive seasons.

The Founder of a Group, Women of Zion, and wife of the Pastor in charge of Redeemed Christian Church of God, FCT Province 9, Mrs Ayannike Rotimi gave the advise at this year’s Widows, Widowers and Orphanage Outreach.

The event which took place at Christ the King Parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, FCT Province 9 had over 200 widows from the FCT in attendance.

Mrs Ayannike Rotimi stressed the need for leaders at all levels to give back to the society and be committed in advancing the course of vulnerable persons.

Mrs Rotimi who reiterated the commitment of the church in bringing succour to the less privileged, said that the outreach which was a yearly project was aimed at improving the lives of the needy.

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She explained that the cash donation of 20,000 naira and a sewing machine will be won through balloting while all the widows present would receive foodstuffs worth over eleven thousand naira each.

According to her, the group had earlier visited two Orphanages in the FCT as part of activities marking this year’s outreach and empowerment.

The winners of the cash donation and sewing machine, Mrs Margaret Iliya and Faith Ewulie as well as other beneficiaries expressed happiness over the kind gesture and pledged judicious use of the gifts.

The theme of this year’s outreach which is “Kindness of God”witnessed a Prayer session for the country, leaders at all levels and a drama presentation.

Nkiru Okeke, Edited By Grace Namiji

Written by: Bukky Alabi

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