PICTURES: The Makandiwas build, furnish a house for homeless granny
Prophetess Ruth Makandiwa’s charity has presented a four-bedroomed house to an elderly lady who has been living a tough life for many years.
Gogo Nyuchi could not hold back her tears as staff from Ruth Makandiwa’s Agape Family Care presented to her the fully-furnished house.
The furnishings include new beds, new bed linen, curtains, a 4-piece lounge suite, a 2-piece kitchen unit, plates, cups, pots and a huge grocery allocation.
The fully-furnished house, whose construction ended in February 2019, was presented to Gogo Nyuchi by the assigned Agape Family Care team on the 13th of March 2019.
Agape Family Care says: “After a very long time of having to endure tough living conditions, Gogo Nyuchi’s prayers were answered by God in the form of Ruth Makandiwa through the Agape Family Care.
“Over and above the monthly groceries, school fees, clothes and blankets that Ruth Makandiwa had been providing for Gogo Nyuchi and her family since 2012, Ruth Makandiwa took it upon herself to bring comfort and peace in the life of Gogo Nyuchi and her family and address their biggest challenge.
“In late 2018, Ruth Makandiwa deployed a construction team to Gogo Nyuchi’s compound to construct a 4-bedroomed house for her.
Under her Agape Family Care, in late 2018, Ruth Makandiwa sent a construction team to Gogo Nyuchi’s compound to construct a 4-bedroomed house for her.
Ruth and her husband Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa are the founders of the UFIC church.
They have over the years been involved in charity work.