There is nothing like having a better home to go back to at the end of the day. However, some people still find it hard to acquire a better accommodation for themselves and their families due to the high cost of living.
1. The Chukwudi's
The Chukwudi family is one of the lucky families the Nollywood actor have helped by providing them a better accommodation. In 2020, while the actor and his members were distributing palliatives during the covid-19 period, he came across a family who were living in a house made of wood with poor Zinc roofings.
Following this, the actor who wasn't happy with their condition of living, assured them that he would get them a better apartment to live in.
On the 21st of May 2020, Williams Uchemba revealed via his Instagram page that he has taken the family out of the ghetto they were living in, as he gifted them a new multi-million Naira house.
2. A Widow
According to the actor, he came across this poor widow during one of his outings, and to his surprise, the widow said she has been living in an uncompleted building with her kids for the past 21 years.
Following this, Willams Uchemba promised to move her out of the building and get her a better apartment, but the woman refused saying that the reason why she can't leave the uncompleted building is because it is the only property her late husband left for her when he died.
So to avoid moving her out of the building, the Nollywood actor decided to renovate the building and furnish it to her taste, which he did.
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