See What This Man Did To This Old Woman After Buying "Okpa" From Here(Photo)
By Princewrittah | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4971 views
- God does His things in a mysterious ways. When He wants to bless anyone, he doesn't take permission from any person.
- A popular business man, Marksman Chinedu Ijioma took to his Facebook and described how he blessed an old woman that sells "okpa" down the street of Onitsha.
- According to him, he said that he went to the woman to buy okpa for N50, and the woman became the second beneficiary of Onitsha Ground breaking seed, like he said. He further explained that he gave the woman the sum of N100,000.
- His humanitarian work started when he gifted a woman the sum of N100,000, as sign of appreciation. He has been know for helping the needy.
- Marksman Chinedu is the CEO of Chinmark group of company. And God have been blessing him to touch the life's of people around.
I also use this medium to thank him, for his tremendous help, may God continue to shower His blessing on you.
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