Gone are the days when the Africa Woman is limited in Ambition. Today, if she can dream it, it is likely that she can become it.
Nothing teaches humility like the realization and acceptance of one’s misdeeds. One woman who has realized this, is Delta state born Bishop (Mrs) Cindy Esezobor, a woman of Greater Grace, a teacher cum preacher, a philanthropist and humanitarian with a benevolent heart, a Multi talented and a Motivational Speaker, highly intelligent plus a reserved eligible woman as far as marriage was concerned would not be an overstatement.
The Ministry of Fire House Ministries, otherwise called Goodnews Embassy, head by Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor, a prolific Prophet with an Apostolic gifts, assisted by his wife, Bishop Cindy Esezobor set to demostrate love to the less privileged via 100 widows on Friday 12th June 2020, 4pm, at the church premises, Tunde Idiagbon way off Olusegun Obasanjo way, Adjacent Meri Gas plant Wuye Abuja.
In a bid to contribute her quota to provide succor and to alleviate hardships following the observation of the stay at home order by the federal government due to the corona virus pandemic, Bishop (Mrs) Cindy Esezobor set to distribute food palliatives and some relief materials to 100 widows as her own quota of support to the people of Abuja and it’s environs to cushion the effect of the lockdown as a result of the pandemic which is ravaging the world.
Since the government issued the executive order, mandating a compulsory lockdown and closed churches in operation in a bid to halt further spread of the disease, many residents in the state in the low income strata have complained of lack of enough. Bishop & Mrs Emmanuel Esezobor has been so compassionate and passionate about giving their own quota of assistant to members, residential pastors and ministers of the gospel, less privileged across the globe.
This is a very good initiative by Rev Cindy. People have really suffered in this period of this pandemic. For Cindy to remember the less privileged in a time like this, is a very good gesture as the food stuff will go a long way. While the Government Is considering the reopening of worship centres, We as a church must put things in place, there must justice and equity as the church opens.