In all the years I’ve worked at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), I’ve noticed a common trend among students. Many struggle to sustain themselves in school. Payment of fees, purchase of books, taking care of assignments, feeding and other needs are met after much anxiety for many of them. Some depend on coping mechanisms like the 011 eating pattern, whereby a student skips breakfast to save money.

But two and half years ago, I met a young lady, Chetachukwu Umeremmadu, who’d just been admitted into my department, Mass Communication. She came to my office and said she wanted me to be her mentor. As I conversed with her to know her better, I was surprised to hear her say she was an orphan. She was very well dressed and had taken care of all the stuff that other students spend sleepless nights wondering where they would get money for them from.

Yesterday, Chet (how I shorten her name) and I had occasion to discuss for a long time and she gave me her testimony in full, a testimony that buttresses the fact that God is indeed the father of the orphan (Psalm 68:5). I also call her Mother-in-Israel and by the time you read through, you will see why.

(Continue reading here. A big bouquet of thanks to my friend and sister, Rita F. Kurian, for having me as guest at Springs in the Valley.) Rita, may your ministry flourish more and more as you spread the gospel and minister to the saints. May God’s blessings also overflow on you and your family in Jesus’ name.



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I am a university lecturer. I teach Mass Communication, mostly writing courses like Feature and Interpretative Writing, Magazine Article Writing and News Writing, and let’s just say I’ve been doing this for a long time. As you have probably guessed, I am a born-again Christian.


  • Luke Chinyere Esther

    our God is awesome, this is indeed an amazing testimony of God’s faithfulness

    • Edith Ohaja

      God is bigger than any challenge we can ever face. We just need to remember that all the time. You are highly blessed in Jesu’ name.

      • Joseph Chizoba Kingsley

        Wow! Chet’s story is really inspiring.
        Our God is indeed extraordinary great. There is nothing impossible for him to do. May his name be praised forever. May we always receive the grace to always trust God in every situation we may find ourselves.

  • Ozor

    This is very touching. Indeed, God is a great provider! I have never seen any who put his trust in the Lord, disappointed.

    I really love this piece; it inspired me in a way I’ve not been in a while.

    God bless you my dear Chet. As for you, my loving aunty, may the grace and blessings of God keep fortifying you as you keep up the good work!

    • Edith Ohaja

      Amen. In Jesus’ name. Thanks for the visit, Ozor, and for your lovely comment. Glory to God for Chet, Rita (my host) and myself. Stay blessed, my dear, in Jesus’ name.

  • carlielake

    Beautiful, Edith! Thanks for sharing! God makes a way when there is no way! Amen! Blessings to you and also to Chet!

  • Chikwado Ezeh

    Quite a touching story. Indeed full of hope for the less privileged. If only we can trust God with all our hearts…

    • Edith Ohaja

      Yes, God has always been the father of the fatherless, a defender of widows and strangers…. He is so so kind. Bless you, Chikwado!


    Fabulous, God is always faithful.

    • Edith Ohaja

      He is an ever-present help in trouble. Glory to His name. May God enlarge your coast, Iheanyi, in Jesus’ name.

  • ezeh onyekachukwu c

    God is indeed our great provider,glory be unto his holy name

  • Sima Essien

    Wonderful are the works of His hands. I pray that I too, may receive this form of grace within this ivory tower.

  • Emekaobi Ijeoma rita

    God is in deed great and the father of orphans

  • chinonye nwoji

    Indeed we serve a good God who never fails his children. Thank God for d life of Chet, indeed she is an example to young people. I pray God will continue blessing u nd ur ministry. Amen

  • Nedu Igbo

    God is indeed our keeper, protector and our provider. Faithful God! Hallelujah!

  • Ugwu chika

    Wow! God is able to do everything, he is awesome, that was God’s doing.

  • So true. God is certainly the Father of the orphans. He will never leave or forsake them. Hebrews 13:5 is a favorite of mine to share with the next generation, as they struggle with parents leaving them.

    • Edith Ohaja

      Thanks, Erin. It’s not funny to be without help in the world but God can step in and surround us with caring friends and family when we have no one. More grace on your ministry in Jesus’ name.

  • Samuel Godsgift Akachukwu

    God is indeed the Father of the orphans and He will keep taking care of her.

  • God makes a way. He is the father of the orphans

  • Isaac Nwanneka Oyirridiya

    how good to have your teacher as your mentor

  • Enwerem Chiamaka

    Can we ever say it enough? God is just faithful. Thanks ma, this is awesome

  • Ezeh Blessing Oluchukwu

    A very interesting story that edifies and encourages hard work.

  • Kat

    Once again,one of your posts has given me hope.If God could remember the orphan who had no one to care for her and bless her in this way,is there anything we may ask of him that he won’t do?.I thank God for Chetachukwu(by the way i love that name)may His name be praised!


    God is all we need. he is ever faithful

  • harmony

    of a truth GOD is the father of the orphan and saying i accept Jesus as a personal lord and saviour is not enough we must also live according to his words.

  • Akuma Victor

    God never forsakes his own. All these came to Chet as a result of her devotedness to serving God, she took God serious and God never neglected her. Am inspired by this story.

  • Otung Theresa

    He is indeed a faithful God who never forgets his own. Its one thing to serve God and its another thing to serve him devotedly. All these blessings came to Chet as a result of her devotedness to God. When you serve God faithfully, He never puts you to shame. Thanks, Ma, for sharing.

  • machie celestina


  • Ugama Gloria Nkechinyere

    Exactly, God is the father of the orphans, nobody should call him or herself an orhpan when we have a loving father up there who will provide all we need. He is the father of all creatures, our biological fathers are only representing him on earth. Nice one Ma, I love it!

  • Arene Ifeyinwa Ketochukwu

    God indeed does not fail his people


    Ma, this story really inspired me. Our God is ever ready to help those who believe and serve him. He never forgets the less privileged, especially those who live their life like Cheta. God is the fountain of life, He gives hope to the hopeless and he is ever faithful.

  • Essien Anietie Archibong

    indeed there are many out there suffering and without people to look up to but our father in heaven lives and he listens to all their cries. we have to pray for orphans out there, it’s the least we can do.

  • We serve a living God. He is indeed faithful

  • God is truly a father to orphans. Great are His mercies.

  • Wow! This God is too good, with him nothing is impossible, nothing is too hard for him to do, if only we are devoted to him and his goodwill messages, he will do more and more because his love for us is UNCONDITIONAL

  • Amadi Roseline

    I pray that God will provide for the poor ones who struggle to survive the school problems.

  • Chukwu patience

    Indeed God loves us so dearly that He has no bounds in bathing us with His love, even when we seem not right with Him. In Him I found refuge and my joy is full. Our core duty here is to do his bidding through which rewards abound.

  • kalu Divine Ogechi

    The God we serve is a living God,he never forgets his own children and no matter what we pass through daily we should know that there are people in worse conditions than us and therefore remain grateful to him.

  • omenma ndidiamaka

    It is really motivational. God never forsakes his people. When there is no way, he will definitely make a way for us. Just trust in him.

  • Anyalewechi chinaza victory

    Since God cares for the birds of the air, in like manner he cares for us.

  • Dike Gerald Osinachi

    It is true that our miseries are not unnoticed by God. He cares unconditionally for his creatures. We only need to love Him, hope and trust in Him for all our days.l always find solace in His words: “Do not be anxious for tomorrow”. Thanks for sharing.

  • Onwusonye Promise

    Really God’s love is boundless. Marvellous are his deeds in our lives. I am really strengthened. I will not lose courage again. God really cares. Loved it.

  • Chantal Nwoye

    Chetachukwu’s story is really inspirational. It helps me to appreciate how much i’m blessed with having parents who love, care and provide for my needs.
    The story is quite an eye-opener to what really matters in life.

  • Chukwuma CHEKWUBE Jennifer

    Really our God is father of the orphan. Chetachukwu means remember God. Her name really favoured her and God remembered her.

  • Okike UKAMAKA Eunice

    Indeed God is wonderful, nothing is impossible for him to do. As he lifted Chetachukwu from grass to grace, he can change your life when it seems that all hope is lost. The only thing he needs is for us to come close to him and he will never leave us the same. Ma, I’m in love with this story!

  • Izuogu Ozioma Precious

    God always cares for those who work according to his way and serve him with their whole heart.

  • Ezeh Onyekachukwu c

    God will never forsake us in time of need because he is our father. This story is really touching.

  • Ikwuakam Oluchi Francisca

    God is the father of all indeed. Just do your part and leave the rest to Him. He has a way of making His children comfortable. Thank you, ma, for this piece.

  • orji chidubem

    God is indeed the father of the orphan. God is a wonderful God. I believe that when we trust in him all our problems shall be solved. The story is really touching!!

  • Ugwuda Mathew .e

    Our God is faithful, ever reliable and compassionate. He never fails his children. i pray God will continue to bless you and your ministry. amen…

  • Ugwuaneke Grace U

    GOD IS GREAT ALLELUIA! His goodness and mercy upon his children is forever. He provides for us even when we think all hope is lost. Blessed be the name of the Lord.

  • ugwoke chisom



    Chetachukwu is living out her name even as an orphan in economic recession, almost completing her educational career through scholarship by the grace of the covenant keeping God. To him be the glory for ever and ever Amen

  • Nnadi Olivia

    Am challenged by this testimony. God knows how to reward those who diligently follow Him and leave an exemplary Christian life. Thank you, ma, for sharing this testimony.

  • uche akwara agatha

    God has always been faithful. This story reminds me of the proverbial saying that God chases away flies from a tailless cow. He provides all our needs.

  • ushie joana

    indeed God is always there to answer his children when they call on him…this is a point of inspiration to other orphans out there that God is always there for them

  • Obasi Kosiso

    Indeed God is always the father of the poor. Once we serve him in truth and in spirit, he will surprisingly uplift us beyond comparison and comprehension.


    This story tells us that we shouldn’t allow the temptations we face everyday to be the reason behind our lack of trust in Him because these temptations, when we overcome them, brings us closer to God and makes us more powerful Christians.

  • This story is an encouragement to young people, especially to students who think all hope is lost… Cheta,though an orphan did not give up on herself… Keep calm!

  • fon cyril

    God says he will be a father to the fatherless and he sees their tears that fall and hears them when they call on him.


    God is a provider. He provides for his people even when they are asleep.

  • Morgan Joy

    There is indeed no doubt that God takes care of his children.


    Indeed our God is the father of the fatherless. Many people use the fact that they are orphans to stop furthering their education while some don’t even go at all. Instead, they become liabilities and involve themselves is ungodly and unlawful things. That is why there are some many vagabonds in the country today like prostitutes, armed robbers, etc. But Chet was different and she did exploits. I love the fact that she was ready to be used by God and gave Him a way in her life because without God, no man prevail shall by strength prevail. God bless Charity. She was indeed a true Christian.

  • Amaobi Precious

    What a testimony! A mighty one at that. Indeed, God is good and is faithful and kind. This testimony has blessed my life. I always thought one had to suffer and suffer and suffer before getting their breakthrough. But, how wrong I was! God is the only requirement for our breakthrough. All that we need to do is as Chet said, “to cherish our relationship with the Lord, submit to the teachings and leading of the Holy Spirit…” God is more than enough!

  • Chioma Ezeudu

    This is a perfect example that God never abandons his own. and just like Joseph in the bible whatever God says will be, will be, trials and temptations will always come but he will always see us through .

  • Egbo Rita Somtochukw

    When the grace of God is upon you, nothing can hinder or stop you. We should serve God truthfully with all our being and his blessing, favour and abundance shall be our portion.



  • God indeed is an ever loving father who never forgets his children, for he says in his word that he will be a father to the fatherless.

  • God is ever faithful and is far greater than any challenge we might face. All we have to do is come unto Him and he will show us love. He takes care of the birds, so how much more us, created in His image.

  • amazing. He who dwells in the almighty God never lacks. He is always there for us.

  • Akpali Francess

    Amazing. This shows dat God is not asleep.

  • adumike geraldine nneoma

    What a story! What a reflective story. With GOD no man is in the real sense “less priviledged”. But without Him, there is no hope for that man or woman.

  • edet elijah

    God indeed never sleeps nor slumbers. He watches out for those that are his.

  • Onah Chiamaka Geraldine

    The world is full of wicked people but God will always make a way where there seems to be no way. God can never forsake those who fear Him

  • Juliet

    With God everything is possible. Though you might encounter the storm on your way…but he is always there to make you better

  • Ezeugwu Echezona Emmanuel

    Thats a very reflective experience. What an ever reliable God we have. May God be your strength Ma

  • Ewurum John

    No matter what, the leader, the father is indeed the provider. Despite the fact that obstacles might happen to prevail, there is always a support from God to intercept such.
    Thank you ma.

  • God is our Creator
    God is our Father
    God is our Leader
    God is our Provider
    God is our Everything.
    When I observed all these, I realized I no longer have to be worried anymore.


    Indeed,God is really the father of orphans. the tale of the young lady is really touching and really helps me appreciate the fact that i still have parents who love me!

  • Euphy Chirst

    grace indeed is no license to sin. one have to work diligently having in mind that you are no one’s responsibility. We grow everyday and God protects his beloved.

  • Nwangwu Chisom

    Amazing..my prayers go out to opharns out there.They are mightly helped of the lord

  • Ezema .u. peace

    wow! God is not dead, he is surely alive. am really encouraged. no matter what happens in life, God is our father. he will surely provide, protect and help his children.

  • Ngbede Emmanuel

    God is truly the father of orphans and the father of everybody.

  • uzor Victoria NKeiruka

    So lovely. God never forsakes the orphans. He automatically becomes their father and mother just as he guided Cheta and also led her to greater heights. She is indeed a mother in Israel.

  • Nwosu chinwendu favour

    God is the great protector and loving father of all children living as orphans

  • AGwu Tochukwu Frank

    Amidst of hopelessness, God brings hope to his children. Nice post ma




    God is really a father to all be it the less privileged, the fatherless or even a stranger, he remains the greatest provider. If we trust, believe and hope in him, then there is a great assurance of him being with us always. This post is really inspiring!!!! Thanks a lot, Ma. God bless you.

  • Charles Vincentia chisom

    Chet”s story is a testimony and an inspiration. This shows that God is with us every step we take.may he be praised! !

  • Uwana Obong

    beautiful, piece ma, God really has a lot in stock for the helpless yet ardent belivers in his ability to bring to pass whatever we hope for.
    chet’s testimony should serve as a lesson to us all, because indeed, the God we serve is not dead, and he is never deaf or blind to our predicaments.

  • Sunday Ezekwesiri Daniel

    God is not a wicked user of man. He will surely reward those that diligently serve Him. He surely will supply all our needs according to His riches in glory. Thank God for Chet’s life.

  • Njoku Chineme Evelyn

    God’s grace supersedes everything in life. God caters for his children under any circumstance and is the father of all orphans He is surely there and has seen people like Chet through life.

  • Ewa-Ifeanyichukwu Chidinma

    God’s is faithful and provides for his children and Chet is a living testimony .Halleluyah!!!!!!!!

  • Nwosu Victoria

    this ia a beautiful and very inspiring story. you see God will never forsake his own he will remain faithful, loving and ever caring if only we submit totally to him. He is marvellous indeed.

  • Maduabuchi christiana chinechetam

    God is the father to the fatherless,Mother to the Motherless.God knows what you are passing through,he will remember you never give up!.

  • Okoli Ezinne

    God always have his own way of helping his children, I pray for every orphan out there that God will help and remember them like Chetachukwu.
    Thank you ma.

  • Amah Damian Uchechukwu

    God is the way when there is seems to be no way,even when the ophan are hopeless,he gives them hope,we have to be faithful to him so as to get his favour

  • Ezidimma odinakachukwu oluchukwu

    God is indeed the father to the orphans and to everyone at large. Chet was indeed favoured God truly helped her by using charity who also understood the importance of knowing God and trusting in Him.
    I pray that God will use me to draw people to Him and to keep believing in God no matter the situation.

  • Michael onyedinma

    I sincerely pity the less privilege in our society today because the system operating in our society doesn’t recognize them, but I have confidence in God who is our father that provides all our needs.

  • Ominaki pamela

    God never forgets or forsakes an orphan,his word says he is the father to the fatherless and husband to the widow. His word also says he would supply all our needs according to his riches in glory… Even when we think he has forgotten us, he knows us and our names and he will be there for us if we trust him and cast all our cares on him.

  • Eze Chioma

    God really is the father of orphans as this is a very big testimony. Thank God whatever evil the uncle plotted didn’t come to visit the children. This story is God’s grace combined with Cheta’s determination to make something of her life even without her parents guidance. Through faith in God and hardwork, Cheta became a favoured child.


    God is a caring father, a way maker, our provider and the author and finisher of our fate. If you lean on him, he will transform your life and make ways for you like chet in this story.

    • Asogwa Christian Tochukwu

      Indeed God is great,he has a way of making his children comfortable. Chet’s story is a testimony and an inspiration.

  • Orisakwe Ezinne

    Like a popular Igbo saying goes “Efi na enweghi odu na chi ya n’achuruya ijiji”…
    God is not just the father of orphans but also the father of the homeless and helpless and those in distress too etc…
    I thank him for his grace in the life of Cheta

  • Ikebudu Juanita c.

    God is a great provider and he has always proven it right from the beginning so long as you believe and trust in him.chet is an example

  • Eunice

    Our God is really the father of orphans. No matter what we go through in this life, there is hope, we should learn to lean and put our trust in God

  • Ezeh Blessing

    So touching! God never despise his own, if he can feed the bird of the sky and make the flowers look beautiful without clothes what about us his children he created in his own image and likeness? This post just boast the confidence I have in Christ. Thank you ma for sharing.

  • God is indeed our father and nothing can take that fact away. I really admire Students who have done alot for themselves despite their predicament. I’ve met with some of them and I really admire their strength.

  • Ugwoke Benedeth

    God is a provider, he makes way where seems to be no way and that’s why he is regarded as the Father of the fatherless, the husband of the widows and so on.

  • Sophia

    He lifts a begger from the dung hill and he sits with the princes,we shouldnt lost hope in God, he is the great provider, am euthusiatic of what God has done in this young girl life, and I know he is not finished yet…..

  • Uzoma chidera

    God is father of the fatherless and mother of the motherless and he uplifts those who are in distress, we should keep hoping and never lose faith in him.

  • Ochekwu Caroline Ene

    God Almighty never disappoint His children when there are in need. At the beginning I thought Chet was going to end up as a maid or her grandma would marry her off but glory be to God for his provisions over her life.

  • Ugwuda Mathew

    He promise in Jeremiah 29vs11: I alone know the plans i have for you, A plan of prosperity and not disaster.
    Our God never fails, before we were born he knows us and knows what we will be.

  • Vincentia Charles

    Well, most assuredly, many people know God for various reasons. But, one thing I’m certain is that, God will never let any that trust in him to be put to shame or beg for bread… This is a wonderful testimony.

  • Chukwunwenwa Chinenye

    *Well, this is not always the case of most orphans.*

    So all these things we watch in Nollywood happens in real life. How could one kill his own brother due to a land dispute?. Chets uncl%e was such a wicked soul.

    Thank goodness! God is not man. I’m glad to know that God intervened in Chetachukwu’s case.

    May this same God reveal himself more to me.

    • Abiayi Ifeonuchukwu

      … Truly God is awesome and loves us so much. He will never leave us stranded no matter how it might seem. The story of this young lady is indeed inspiring.
      Thank you ma’am for sharing and God bless you.

  • Nwatu Vera Chisom

    MARVELLOUS GOD!!!! Cheta’s life is indeed a testimony, it does not necessarily matter the situation you find yourself in God is forever God and he doesn’t change.

  • Kelly Anwulika Bernice

    God is truly the father of the fatherless,cheat story is one that could only be God. He is our ever help on times of need.

  • Obiosa Oluchukwu Reward

    Cheta is a real product of grace. there are people on Earth that loves to help people without expecting anything in return. See the way God use their lives to nourish Cheta’s spiritual life. A real product of grace.

    • Oruma Nneoma Goodnews

      God is ever faithful.He is the father to the fatherless.Cheta’s story is very touching but God knows the best.She is a product of grace.She is blessed.Her situation doesn’t matter.God loves her and cares for her.

  • Igwe Chioma Esther

    God is the Father of the fatherless. He has shown this in the life of Cheta. Her story can only be a product of God’s grace. May God continue to strengthen her in her work for God.

  • Oruma Nneoma Goodnews

    God is ever faithful.He is the father to the fatherless.Cheta’s story is very touching but God knows the best.She is a product of grace.She is blessed.Her situation doesn’t matter.God loves her and cares for her

  • Sambo Deborah Friday

    God is truly the god of the orphan. This is a really inspiring testimony. Hallelujah ?

  • Ibeh Lorretta Chiamaka

    The God we serve is a faithful God. He promised never to abandon us in times of troubles, for He said even in the mist of trouble He is there for us. Cheta’s life is a total definition of Grace. God is indeed a Father to the Fatherless

  • Ezeh Loveth chinemerem

    This is very touching indeed, God is our provider and protector. He doesn’t disappoint his children. May God continue to strength her amen.


    The Lord created her and won’t abandon her as far as she remembers it..that she is here for a reason.

  • Obiora Miracle onyinyechi

    God is always wonderful and marvelous, all praise to him

  • Okeke Obinna Clinton

    God is indeed great and his words marvelous,
    Grace found cheta

  • I am inspired by this piese. Anyone who puts his trust in God will never be disappointed.

  • Mecha Favour Onyedikachi

    Wow!, What a touching story. It is rare to find someone who can take care of an orphan the way Chet’s foster mum did. Charity is a godsent indeed.

  • Udop Reyner Ivor

    This is really touching. God provides for those who worship and diligently seek him. I thank God for the life of Chet.

  • Alaedu Chioma Gloria

    God is indeed a Good God
    He is our all in all
    May God strengthen her in all her doings

  • Chukwumalume Ozioma

    God always fulfills his promise of being the father to the orphaned. Jesus said, anyone who acknowledges him before men, he would acknowledge before his father in heaven.

  • Ebeyi Emmanuel

    God Almighty never disappoint His children when there are in need. He promise in Jeremiah 29vs11: I alone know the plans i have for you…. This what we should always remember

  • Onwudiwe rita oluebube

    God is indeed good. I just had my spiritual reading this morning and came across a prayer “jesus, I put myself trustingly in your arms, hiding my head in your loving breast, my heart touching yours. I want what you want in everything, amen.” The world is full of wickedness and hatred…I pray we never fall victim of any of it.

  • This story is really touching in heart, to be an opharn is not easy at all.
    God is really awesome and provides for his children,his the only one who knows our everyday needs and how to provide for us.

  • It is not the fault of a child that he or she is an orphan, many orphans suffer rejection and Discrimination. Cheta here was very lucky and her God is really alive. God bless you Ma

  • Nnaji Esther uchechukwu

    God is ever faithful. In the bible he said he is the father to the fatherless and God doesn’t ignore the prayers of his children.the story is really touching to be an orphan is really depressing but thank God for being a faithful God

  • These are the benefits one who is attached to Christ receives from him. Christ distinguishes us from those that haven’t fully given there life’s to him by extraordinaryly blessing his children in other for thers to take their work and relationship with him serious. Cheta’s story is a great one that portrays that Christ can never fail and he’s always there to help us even when no one else was there. Thank you ma for sharing.

  • Nwokedi Fortune Odinakachi

    Wow! So uplifting! God is indeed the father of the orphan; he can never let his children go hungry. Keep pushing Chet, it will all end in praise!

  • Chisom Efobi

    This is a touching story
    God is indeed the father of orphans, the fatherless, the motherless.
    All we just have to do is put our trust in him at all times.

  • Onoh Chinenye

    You might not have an earthly father but don’t feel downcast or at loss because remember, you also have a heavenly father to do the work even better and love you even deeper. Through Cheta’s story, we can see this happen more clearly.

  • Amalu precious

    indeed whomever the Lord has declared blessed is blessed no matter the circumstances that might arise. May chet and other children of God, continue to grow in his love and light Amen.

  • God says in the scriptures, Lo I am with you always even to the ends of the earth. His banner over us is love. He that spared not his own beloved son, but delivered Him for us all, how shall He not also through him give us all things. God cherishes those that put their trust in him.

  • Wow, really our God does not abandon his children. When we dedicate ourselves and time to him, he will shower us with his love.
    Thanks for this ma!.

  • Mogekwu Esther

    God is bigger than our challenges if only we can trust Him,He is
    our ever-present help in times of lack and trouble.

  • Makwe Covenant Nkiruka

    God never fails his children. He always faithful to his children. I always derive hope,in the word of God, about “The rejected stone,being a cornerstone”. As for temptations and trials, they’ll,but so long as you remain steadfast,His grace will be sufficient for you.

  • Eze Goodness Mmesoma

    When you have hope in God and trust him he will show you he is the greatest ,he can do all things no matter the situation you are.
    He never allow his children especially the less privilege to fall .

  • Phillips faith

    Ineed God is a great provider and the father of the orphans.
    God never forgets or forrsakes his own. When we look up and go to him he is always ready to hear and listen to us,cause he said we should ask and we will receive so all we need is to keep serving God.

  • Chukwukanne chinecherem winner

    God indeed is the father of the orphan and he will always provide for his own. Keep pushing cheta it will end well,am really inspired by your story.

  • Maureen

    God is indeed a faithful God. He paves way where there seem to be no way. I’m greatly touched and moved by this story. What God cannot do does not exist

  • Odey-Oko Victor

    I thank God for intervening in the life of Chet, it is a very story and this shows why we need to be more closer to God.

  • Williams Blessing Ngozi

    God is ever faithful. He is bigger and stronger than all our challenges and problems put together. We should always trust in him because he will never fail us.

  • Boton Chiamaka Maryann

    God is really a faithful one, he always paves way where there is no way

  • Uchegbu Ogechi Elizabeth

    What God cannot do doesn’t exist.. Jesus is the king of Kings…. He deserves all Honour, Praise and Adoration.. He is truly the God of the orphans.

  • Adimorah Perpetual

    God is the father of all orphans,he makes sure his children lacks nothing

  • Elijah Akuma

    Great! God knows how to keep His people. Praise the Lord!

  • Zita Ezechi

    God is good!
    He can never abandon His own
    May other children like Chet also find peace and salvation in God. Amen

  • Chukwukanne chinecherem winner

    Indeed God is the father of orphans and he will he always provide for his own. Keep pushing cheta it will end well. I’m really inspired by your story and I pray God will give me the grace to stand firm in all things. Amen

  • Okochi Chinonso

    Wow so touching! Despite her situation she didn’t give up. God is a way maker. Praise God

  • Victoria Chigere

    God is indeed the father of all orphans, he will make a way where there seems to be no way just believe in him and he will do wonders in your life.

  • Nnochiri Chinecherem Nnabuike

    God is truly the Father of the Orphans. He is indeed faithful and will never fail.

  • Nwikwu chidera judith

    This shows that God is a God of impossibilities. He makes a way where there is no way. He is indeed the God of the orphans.

  • Ugwu Somtochukwu

    This is very touching. Thank God for what He did in the life of Chet. May His name be praised forever.

  • Nweze Somto Maryann

    The Lord is the great provider. He takes care of his children.

  • Ojobo somtochukwu praise

    Nothing God cannot do, He has a plan for everyone no matter the situation.

  • Ekenworah Chidinma

    Indeed God is really wonderful, he is the provider of the needy, he is worthy to be praised, cheta’s story clearly explained “Matthew 6:33″waw!! God is indeed a compassionate father

  • Obajie Chinonyerem

    The story is quite touching. Cheta is a product of God’s love.

  • Agbo Chidiebere

    Some lecturers don’t understand this at all. Thank you ma for being so understanding to challenges students face. I’m not an orphan but I pray that God caters and provides for all of us who lack in Jesus name. Amen.

  • Onuzulike Chukwuebuka Prosper I

    God is indeed the Father of the Fatherless. He always takes responsibility of our needs

  • Victor-sunday Daniel

    What a wicked world we live in , people can be very wicked and greedy but if we can only stay close to God and remained dedicated in serving him, we would get to any height,vision and dream we aspire in Life. Don’t forget to work hard.

  • Ubabunike David Ogochukwu

    No one is an orphan cause God is always there for us his children

  • Pearl Azuoma

    Not so many are as fortunate as miss chetachukwu. However, one cannot deny the immense grace upon her life. One major thing to note is that her rise was bound to the church as such. We should always rely on God and involve in church activities as much as we can.

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