Innobuild rebuilds Ntandire woman’s life

Property management company Innobuild has announced a life changing deal for a mother of two from Lilongwes high density  area of Ntandire.

The company which has been supporting philanthropist Rodwell Mlumbe of Citizen  Initiative followed up on his recent sounding of the woman identified as Emiliana Justin who has two kids who were abandoned by their father.

 “The Citizen initiative explored her story and amplified her outcry as she lacked a proper place and other basic needs. As a brand of the people we came in,” announced Innobuild.

The company has relocated her from Mtandire where she was living in a shack to a decent house in  Area 23. 

“We would like to announce that she has now started school at Don Bosco Technical College whose tuition fees we are paying,” said the company  in a statement.

The company also pledged to to pay her rentals until she transforms into a settled business person.

“We are also paying rentals and a monthly upkeep for her and kids. She has enrolled in the Tailoring & Designing program where upon completion we’ll buy her a sewing machine and all the starter pack tools she requires,” said the company on Sunday.

Rodwell who has used social media to amplify the needs of other people, said he was grateful for the intervention. Rodwell is a nominee in The Investigator Magazine National Hall of Fame expected to be released end of this month.

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