It was gathered that the woman has been crippled for the past 4 years and as a result of that, her husband jilted her.
Uchemba explained that although it is a rented apartment but plans are in motion to get the woman and her children a permanent residence. He also disclosed that capital for business has been provided for her.
Taking to his Instagram handle Williams Uchemba wrote:
“By the help of the almighty God i am happy to announce that Mrs Patricia has moved into her new home, even though it’s a rented apartment it won’t be for long as we have embarked on building her a house, a property she can call her own and never worry about rent I believe that will be very sustainable for her.
“And we are also giving her the capital she needs to start up her provision store business. I want to thank each and everyone that contributed one way or the other wether through service or financial contribution, your N500, N1000 And even more went a long way and I can’t even begin to mention the good news and testimonies we’ve been receiving from some of you guys that have.
“My target is to get One million people( on a long term plan) off the street and give them a new life and hope. So I urge us to contribute anything as little as N500 to N1000 to enable us add to what we have to build Mrs Patricia a home”.
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