It was jubilation yesterday at Nise and Nnewi in Anambra State following the donation of two bungalows to two widows in the communities by a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief George Moghalu.
The fully furnished two-bedroom apartments built by Zimuzo Development Foundation were handed over to the women, Evelyn Okonkwo and Josephine Alajemba.
Speaking during the handover, the donor, Moghalu, said the project was one of the numerous humanitarian gestures of the foundation targeted at assuaging the pains of the vulnerable and less privileged.
He said three of such structures were built in the three senatorial zones, adding that the gesture was continuous.
Moghalu said: “We have a policy that has to do with widows and orphans across the country. We started this project of providing accommodation for the vulnerable, widows and others who nobody can stand for except God.
“We have a committee that identifies them and as soon as they are identified, we start building structures for them. Today we’re in Nise to inaugurate this project and hand it over to the window.
“We’re also going to Nnewi for another one. Once we’re done with these, we’ll start another phase.”