Saturday, 24 October 2015

Nigerian Doctor With A 'Dark' Past Builds Houses For Widows In Anambra

According to reports, a Nigerian medical doctor based in the United States of America, Godwin Maduka, has built no fewer than 100 bungalows for widows and other indigent persons in his Umuchukwu community in Orumba South Local Government Area of the state.

An excited native of the community said, “Today, there is no more thatched house in the community. Maduka has replaced every thatched house in the area with three or four-bedroom bungalows.

Maduka explains his philanthropic gesture, saying, “I embarked on all these to save my people from my ugly experience while growing up. I grew up in a home that when it rained, it rained more inside than house.

“Wealth would be meaningless if it cannot be used to better the lives of the people around the custodian.

“The wealthy must provide jobs for the youths; build skills acquisition centres for willing adults, market stalls for men and women, if society must be secure,” he said.

In 2007, Dr. Maduka allegedly used his wealth and thugs to terrorize, harass and intimidate members of the same community as well as take over their land by force. He was also accused of changing the name of the community.

A website  Nkerehi was dedicated to exposing his activities whilst displaying victims of his thug

Although the site may be on a smear campaign, I still believe there's no smoke without fire.

Click here to read more.

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