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The Felix King Foundation has given N100,000 grants to many widows in an effort to help them have a sustainable means of livelihood.

Dr. Felix King, the Foundation’s founder, stated during the COVID-19 Recovery Grant for African widows in Lagos that the grant will reach 1,000 widows this year.

He explained that the programme was being carried out in collaboration with the Organization of World Leaders (OWL) in the United States. King stated, “Our target for the year is 1000 beneficiaries.” Today, we have 12 beneficiaries, each of whom received N100,000 in addition to three sowing machines.”

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King explained what motivated him to start the project: “I took my little daughter to the hospital years ago and I was supposed to pay N6,000.” But I couldn’t afford to pay; it was a matter of life and death for my daughter. When I got out of the situation, I thought to myself, “If my wife and I can have this experience, what will happen to a woman who doesn’t have support?” As a result, I resolved to assist as many widows as possible. That’s how the journey began.

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“We’ve spent hundreds of millions of dollars since we started the project.” In my company, we set aside a certain percentage of our profits for the foundation.

“Every month, people send in a list of widows they want us to help, and this is the 20th batch we’ve dealt with.” Until now, all funding has come from the Felix King Foundation. However, on the recovery programme, we are collaborating with the Organization of World Leaders in the United States to reach out to more people.”

“Our goal for the year was to reach 1000 people,” he added, “but I am hopeful that we will reach more with this partnership.” We consider how to give a net rather than a fish. As a result, our beneficiaries must be people who are doing something, no matter how small. We assist them in expanding their business. We also target widows with responsibilities.”

“This partnership will last forever,” Dr. Dee Hawkins, who represented the OWL, said. I visit Nigeria at least twice a year, and with this, I will be able to visit more frequently. We are collaborating with Dr. King because of his concern for widows. To lift the people, we must all work together.”

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One of the recipients, Mrs. Dosumu Olayinka, a dry cleaner, said, “I thought the world had ended when I lost my husband.” When my husband died in 2007, I was left with sole custody of my children. I appreciate the Felix King Foundation’s generosity.”

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