The Bishop Emeka Nwankpa Foundation has scheduled Monday, January 2nd, 2023 to hold the annual ‘Widows Must Smile’ ceremony.
The event, which was earlier scheduled for Thursday, December 29, 2023, was shifted to the new date due to what the organizers described as ‘unforeseen circumstances’. In a notice made available by Comrade Larry Egbe, the coordinator of the Foundation, widows from across the 17 Local Government Areas of Abia State are enjoined to find their way to Bishop Emeka Nwankpa’s Umukalu Ntigha country-home on Monday January 2nd 2023 to collect their packages. The notice below suffices.
POSTPONEMENT OF THE 17TH EDITION OF BISHOP EMEKA NWANKPA FOUNDATION’S WIDOWS MUST SMILE CEREMONY
This is to inform all the widows who are the beneficiaries of Bishop Emeka Nwankpa Foundation’s annual Widows Must Smile ceremony that due to some unforeseen circumstances that are beyond our control, the ceremony which was earlier scheduled to hold on Thursday, 29th December, 2022, has been shifted to hold on Monday, January 2nd, 2023.
All our beneficiary-widows are enjoined to be at Bishop Emeka Nwankpa’s residence at Umukalu Ntigha at 10am on that day, Monday, 2nd January, 2023 to receive their packages.
God bless you.
Comrade Chinesom Larry Egbe
Coordinator, Bishop Emeka Nwankpa Foundation”.
Further taking questions from newsmen on Bishop Emeka Nwankpa’s governorship ambition, Comrade Larry Chinsom Egbe described Bishop Emeka Nwankpa’s emergence as Abia State Governor as the best thing that will happen to Abia State.
He described the revered cleric and governorship hopeful as an honest, credible, courageous and compassionate person who has a covenant with God to touch lives with his hard-earned resources, and has kept the covenant for 17 years, touching the lives of widows, youths, children, the aged and the larger society through cash, housing, business establishment, scholarship schemes and other empowerment tools.