In this article, we would be taking a look at 2 people the actor took out of poverty and gave better lives.
In 2020 when Williams Uchemba and some members of his charity organization were going around the slums to provide assistance to the poor and less privileged, the actor discovered Demola, an 18-year-old boy who worked as a carpenter in a furniture shop.
The actor who claimed to have seen some great potentials in him adopted him as his son, gave him a scholarship, and also changed his life for the better.
2. The Chukwudi's
The Chukwudi family is a set of people that will never forget the great impact Willams Uchemba had in their lives. In early 2020 the coronavirus pandemic hit the country in a hard way, as most people were unable to go to their place of work due to the lockdown. This led to a situation whereby millions Nigerians were unable to feed themselves and their families.
It was during this period that Nollywood actor, Willams Uchemba went to a ghetto to distribute some palliatives to the poor. While he was doing this, he discovered a family living in a very poor house.
The actor, who was heartbroken about the Chukwudis' condition of living, assured the family of a better standard of living.
On Thursday, May 21, 2020, the kindhearted actor fulfilled his promise as he took the poor family out of the slum and moved them to a new multimillion naira house he got for them.
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