Okorochas’ wife builds a bungalow for a widow in Owerri

Okorochas’ wife builds a bungalow for a widow in Owerri


For Nneoma Nkehi Okorocha, the First Lady of Imo State, politics is nothing but rendering service, sharing love, and bringing succor. It does not matter where that downtrodden citizen is, nor does it count, his or her political leaning, she strives to reach as many people as she can, sharing love and restoring smiles in the process.
Through her pet project, She Needs A Roof Project (SNARP), the governor's wife has reached out to hundreds of widows and financially disadvantaged citizens of the State who never imagined themselves owning a house in their lifetime. Some of the beneficiaries of this project have suffered all forms of persecution from friends and relatives, because they do not own a house of their own. For majority of them, a shelter above their head, which they can lock anytime and access whenever they wish without fear of harrassment is all they asked for, but Imo First Lady comes to their aid with fully furnished and well designed bungalow.

Today, the First Lady donated another such house to Mrs Rosemary Ebere, a native of Umuokorie in Amawom village of Owerri-Nchi-Ise, Owerri Municipal LGA of the State.

So far, the Imo First Lady has donated over 300 of such houses to indigent citizens of the State, mostly widows who were left t an uncertain fate after their husbands and bread winners must have died without leaving them with any house.
Isaiah 1 vs 17 admonishes us thus; "Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, plead the widow's cause."