- Non-governmental organisation gives crippled man wheelchair
- The NGO was founded by the Deputy Governor Ezeakonobi Madumere
A non-governmental organisation founded by the Imo state deputy governor, Ezeakonobi Madumere, has given a crippled man a wheelchair.
NAIJ.com gathered that the man, Chinedu Osuagwu, usually sits by the road side around Orlu road in Imo state.
According to the Facebook user, Linda Chikere, who shared the story on her page, the man was given a 1 unit wheelchair to aid his movement wherever he goes.
Read what she wrote below:
“If you are in Owerri and you've had reasons to be in court, the high Court on Orlu road, I mean, you definitely would know this crippled young man. He sits by the road side just before the High Court gate proper. His name is Chinedu osuagwu from Oguta in Oguta LGA. I had seen him once on my way to work, coming to take his usual position in such a rigorous pattern of movement. I stood by with tears in my eyes watching this young man crawl with his knees while wearing a bathroom Slippers which should be worn by the feet in his hands."
"Today, God provided him with a more comfortable way of movement as a non-governmental organisation known as PEZE Foundation through the founder, the Imo State deputy governor, Prince Ezeakonobi Madumere MFR, a humane Child of God, gave Chinedu a 1 unit Wheelchair to ease and aid his movement wherever he wants to go."
"I am privileged to be part of this Christ-like gesture. It was almost like the biblical Peter and the lame at the beautiful gate; "Silver or gold have i not, but such that i have, give I thee, in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk!(Acts 3: 6) I have a feeling Chinedu's miracle just begun. Glory to God!!!”
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