Anambra First Lady Spreads Christmas Cheer To Orphanages, Welfare Homes

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Dr. Nonye Soludo, the Wife of the Anambra State Governor, embarked on a heartwarming journey to various orphanages and welfare homes across the state. Her mission: to spread the spirit of Christmas and bring joy to the underprivileged children and adults residing in these institutions.

Driven by a deep sense of compassion and a desire to show love to those often forgotten by society, Dr. Soludo visited several establishments, including St. Martin’s Community Children/Welfare Home in Igboukwu, Blessed-Nise Community Children’s Home in Nise, Model Community Children’s Home in Ifite-Awka, God’s Care School for Special Needs, and Faith Community Children’s Home in Awka.

Speaking at St. Martin’s, her first stop, Dr. Soludo stressed the significance of reaching out to the underprivileged during the Christmas season. She stated that Christmas loses its true meaning without the practice of love and kindness.

“This visit is incredibly important to me,” she expressed. “Christmas is about celebrating with those less fortunate and bringing joy to their lives. I want to encourage everyone to extend a hand of compassion and kindness to those around them who are less fortunate. I believe humanity will be better when everyone feels loved and protected.”

Dr. Soludo committed to visiting all private, public, and mission-owned children and welfare homes in Anambra before Christmas. She expressed her heartfelt gratitude to the caregivers for their unwavering love, dedication, and sacrifices in nurturing the children.

Her initiative resonated deeply with the Bishop of Ekwulobia Diocese, Most Rev. Peter Cardinal Okpaleke. He implored individuals with a generous spirit to extend their support to orphans and vulnerable members of society. He warned against neglecting or failing to support these children, highlighting the potential negative consequences that could result.

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Cardinal Okpaleke offered his sincere appreciation to the governor’s wife for setting a remarkable example as a compassionate leader who embodies the true spirit of kindness.

Dr. Soludo’s initiative serves as a beacon of hope and love during the festive season. Her commitment to spreading joy and providing support to those in need is a testament to her dedication to creating a better future for all residents of Anambra State.

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