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One Best Way To Celebrate Is Putting Smile On People’s Faces As Timi-ebi Splashes Gifts On Widows, Aged Women

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One of Niger Delta finest socialites who goes by the name, Timi-ebi James Angodideke, also popularly known as Timi Yanky gifted wrappers to 111 widows and aged women to mark his birthday anniversary.

The famous socialite adds another year to his age today, and it has become his tradition to always put smile on depressed faces, inclusive of orphans, widows, and aged women.

This kind gesture has become a prologue, done a day before the actual day of his birth each calendar year.

Yesterday, the popular show-promoter and happiness-giver stormed his dear community, Ayakoromo town in Burutu Local Government Area, Delta State with his two elegant wives, family members, business associates, and friends to celebrate with 111 widows and aged women. They were given a wrapper each.

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In his speech, Timi-ebi thanked God for the grace to embark on this yearly project without fail, and equally appreciated the women for receiving the little gift from him in good fate.

Furthermore, he encouraged the women to keep faith in God that He is the author and finisher of their faith, and they should keep praying that the best is yet to come.

On their part, all the women in one accord prayed God to protect their benefactor (Timi), and that God should uplift him in all his endeavors so as to keep flourishing in sharing love and happiness to people.

Personalities at the event include: Mr. Mathew Apiakise, Mr. Wilson Zipamoh, Engr. Michael Tonlaghan, Comr. John Gbozimor, Amb. Princewill Binebai, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief of The Liberator Newspapers, Comr. Oyinbi Charles Onduku, and many others appreciated the celebrant for the philanthropic act, and encouraged him to keep it up.

Other highlights of the ceremony were the special prayer section for the celebrant and his family by Evang. Oyinpre Joseph Seigha as merriment brought the get-together to a successful end with echoes of happiness and appreciation.

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