The front view of the bungalow handed to Adaoma by the Archbishop

Witnesses were drowned in emotion yesterday as the Archbishop of Onitsha Ecclesiastical Province, Valerian Okeke wrote another story of love in a life of a physically challenged young girl, Adaoma Aniwetalu from Nteje, Anambra State.

Apart from a grant of fully-funded scholarship the Archbishop handed her a new furnished bungalow which according to him, would give her a home care while she continues her education.

The opening of the new bungalow, Chief Victor Umeh and Adaoma standing right/left respectively as Archbishop Val cuts the ribbon

Archbishop Okeke while handing the building explained that the ordeal of the suffering young girl came to her notice through a Rev. Sister who was moved by the situation of Adaoma. His Grace moved by the story accepted to come to the aid of this little daughter of Jesus, as the Archbishop fondly calls her.

Yesterday a song of praise has been written on Adaoma’s lips as noted by Chief Victor Umeh who was part of the crowd of witnesses that stood by amazed and giving thanks to God. According to Umeh, God grants abundance even to the disabled to which Adaoma is now a testimony. 

The Archbishop did not fail to appreciate the generosity and contributions of those who heard about the project and volunteered to be part of it. He specifically appreciated some contributors like Victor Umeh, Chike Osanakpo, Evaristus Uba, Fr. Emmanuel Obimma and many others for their kind financial support for the project.

An overhead view of the building with the solar pans newly installed in the building.


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