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‘Motherless children should move closer to God’

The former chairman of Badagry Local Government, Acleric, Rev. Solomon Hunwi, has urged motherless children to move closer to God.Information Guide Nigeria

THE NATION reports that Hunwi, said this when he and his family visited Hephzibah Homes for Motherless Children in Badagry, Lagos, to celebrate the Yuletide with them.

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He said, “Children, what we are celebrating today is New Year Day. Looking back from January to December, everyone will say thank God for preserving our lives.NYSC portal

“It takes the grace of God to  be alive today. That was why I organised this party for you,” he said.

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According to him, he had been celebrating first Sunday of the year at the orphanage in the last 40 years.JAMB portal

Miss Chinyere Okafor who is the Senior Caregiver, Hephzibah Homes, said the children were happy because Hunwi organised the party for them.

Miss Okafor prayed God to bless him and his family and give them the grace to continue what they had started.JAMB Result



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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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