A widow whose name was given as Mrs. Eunice Chinagorom has reportedly gotten help from an Abuja based Prophetess, Rose Kelvin.
Mrs. Chinagorom, mother of nine children, from Plateau State but married to an Abia State husband got the sum of N200, 000.000 cash to pay for her rent and feed with the rest.
After the death of her husband, feeding the nine children was hellish for her that she had no other option than to send them out as house helps.
“Enuice Chinagorom. Aged widow with 9 children from Plateau state but married to a man from Abia state.
“Her pain began when her husband died leaving her with 9 children to feed ,cloth and sponsor their schooling.
“The frustration was too much for her, she had to give out her children for house help and other labourer jobs. just for them to feed and survive.
“Before the death of her husband he started a project of building 6 bedroom bungalow but at roof state the husband died…
“That project was abandoned no one to finish it. The husband’s brother started eyeing the uncompleted building..
“Because of house rent and no money to renew she and the remaining 6 children were looking for help, begging to eat.
“To feed them was a major challenge and for their house rent no help from anyone..Life full of Pain and poverty.
“The Voice of solution heard their about their Ordeal and was touched to help the aged widow with 9 children wow…
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“Mummy blessed her with 200,000 naria cash to renew her rent of 80,000 and feed with the rest. The tears wiping Prophet, that’s our mother,” Rose Kelvin wrote on her ministry’s Facebook handle.