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August 14, 2018

Imo First Lady builds five bungalows for indigent widows in Anambra

Nneoma Nkechi Okorocha built houses for widows in Anambra State

First Lady of Imo State, Dr (Mrs.) Nkechi Okorocha has commissioned five 2-bedroom bungalows for five widows in the five villages in Oraifite town in Egwusigo Local Government Area of Anambra State. Many who watched the five indigent widows on NTA and the places where they were living before Mrs. Okorocha’s intervention were moved to tears by their level of indigency. The buildings were part of the about 200 she had built so far for various widows especially in Imo State through her pet project, She Needs A Roof Programme (SNARP) through which she aims to ameliorate the sufferings of…

Gov Okorocha appoints wife…as amnesty committee chairman

Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha, has appointed his wife, Nkechi Okorocha, as the chairman of the state Amnesty committee that will address issues concerning repentant militants. This committee was set up after some members of the Niger Delta Avengers and other militant groups surrendered their arms to the state government recently. According to Vanguard, during the inauguration of the committee, Okorocha urged the members to come up with ideas that would sustain the peace attained in some of the oil producing areas in the state such as Ohaji/Egbema and Oguta. He asked the committee to look into all the issues…

LSM holds charity week -Donates N10 million worth of goods to the needy

Rev. Fr. Dr. Innocent M. Osuagwu, who represented Archbishop Anthony Obinna addressing the LSM Metro presidents The Ladies of St. Mulumba Nigeria, from Zone B, comprising three metropolitan councils of Calabar, Onitsha and Owerri stormed KSM hall Owerri, Imo State August 22, with goods and materials worth over N10 million Naira, meant for the poor, the needy and the internally displaced persons. The materials, comprising sewing machines, bags of rice, baby food, clothings etc were given out to orphanages, indigent widows and internally displaced persons across the three metropolitan areas. The programme was tagged: “Evangelization through charity work”. In her…

Mrs. Okorocha welcomes Mrs. Buhari to Imo State

It has been revealed to NEWSDAY REPORTERS that Okorocha and his wife, Nkechi Okorocha disclosed to Imo women that they were coming out for a monthly prayer with the first lady. An event which turned to welcome Mrs Buhari. Reported by NEWSDAY REPORTERS has it that the Matriculation of Imo State University was cancelled and the university shut down just becuase of the August visitor Mrs. Buhari. Though the government of Imo state have denied it shut down the already today’s scheduled matriculation to welcome Mrs Buhari rather it said the matriculation was postponed to enable students and staffs of…

Govt. celebrates Imo at 38

How to move the state forward – Fr. Nkwocha The Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, his wife Nkechi and members of the State Executive Council stormed the Maria Assumpta Cathedral Owerri, Sunday, February 2, 2014 to commemorate the 38th anniversary of the creation of Imo State. Imo, with six others, was created on February 3, 1976 by the late Head of State, General Murtala Mohammed The anniversary Mass was presided over by Rev. Fr. Andrew Nkwocha, the Administrator of the Cathedral, who represented the Most Rev. Anthony Obinna, Catholic Archbishop of Owerri, who was attending an already scheduled pastoral…

Happy New Year from Someone who Really Cares

We have seen her on TV crying at the sight of poverty, which our leaders have collectively created. We have seen her hugging the poor, consoling the bereaved and sharing food to the hungry, who throng her, during her visits to our impoverished rural communities. Finally, we have seen our First Lady commissioning homes she built and furnished for the indigent, products of our selfish Governments, politicians and ruling class – all of them – excluding none! There’s no denying that Nkechi Okorocha really cares. Undoubtedly, our First Lady has touched the lives of several poor people, and more will…