Church Shelters 2 Children with Albinism in CK
Independent Pentecostal Church in Ngabu area in Chikwawa has handed over a decent house worthy K904, 000 to a family that has two children with albinism.
Bishop of the Church, Daniel Masanduko, told Zodiak Online that people with albinism live in fear and are at high risk especially when they live in insecure houses.
"We were touched as a Church when we saw the two girls of Mr and Mrs Thasa especially when we visited the house they were living in," said Bishop Masanduko.
He added that their goal is to see to it that the two little girls receive total support and that they proceed with their tertiary.
Thasa said that as a family, they are happy for the great gesture from the Pentecostal Church.
"We never expected such a precious gift. The house we lived in before was just a pity. It was not safe for us and our two kids," explained Thasa who nearly shade tears of joy
Chikwawa District Social Welfare Officer, Aaron Macheka, commended the Church for the good gesture.
"It's a call to others to emulate this good gesture. We are asking well-wishers, NGOs even individuals to come in and assist," Macheka said.
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