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AYO YEMISI JAIYEOLA, the baby to Venerable Rufus Ayo Akinwale & Late Evangelist (Mrs.) Esther Olabisi Akinwale was born 2nd February over 50 years ago at Igbaja, Isanlu Area of Kwara State while her parents were at the Igbaja Seminary.

She enjoyed a very family friendly childhood. Ayo Attended YABA MODEL PRIMARY SCHOOL, YABA- LAGOS ANGLICAN GIRLS GRAMMAR SCHOOL, SURULERE, LAGOS, IBADAN POLYTECHNIC & UNIVERSITY OF IFE (Now O.A.U), Osun State where she studied Music & Drama. She is an educated Christian family life coach through the studies under SERENDIPITY HOUSE U.S.A.

She runs an educational services company in Lagos for private schools along with the Career Center which counsels YOUTHS, UNEMPLOYED, AND HUMAN RESOURCE CONSULTATION FOR COMPANIES. She was married to “The Venerable (Dr.) Babatunde Oluyemisi Abisoye Jaiyeola”, a Top Cardiologist & Physician of great repute in Nigeria, Priest of God in the Anglican church with whom she concluded her marriage by the translation of Yemisi 12 years, 6 months ago Wednesday 13th February,2008). She and husband co-founded in 1995 A Charity foundation SERENDIPITY HOUSE which till date takes care of WOMEN, WIVES & WIDOWS.

 More About Olori Ayo Yemisi Jaiyeola

WIDOWHOOD:

There are 258 Million Widows and 584 Million fatherless children in the world over.

Nigeria has an estimated 3,531,682 Million Widows according to the 2015 World Widows Report by the Loomba Foundation. In Nigeria, there are about 3.650,000 (three million, six hundred and fifty million). The numbers keep rising by the minute. More widows are dying for lack of support to continue, leaving their children orphaned, homeless, uneducated and without adequate security.

Worst affected by conflict and insurgency are widows in Afghanistan, Iraq, South Sudan, Central African Republic, Syria, northeast Nigeria, southeast Niger, west Chad and north Cameroon. In Sub-Saharan Africa the worst conditions are faced by evicted and abandoned widows with dependants and by those caught up in Ebola areas, exacerbated by traditional ‘cleansing’ rituals.

Widows with only female children and child widows aged between 10 and 17 face severe discrimination in many developing countries. Social norms around sexual behavior remain counterproductive with extreme poverty as a driver of ‘exchange sex’ and ‘survival sex’ relationships and poor quality healthcare.

Widows in developed countries are also affected by welfare cuts and increased insecurity.

We need help to care for the home and children of our departed widows. Please call: 08033285737.  

JAMES I:27: “Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this: to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction.”

GOD, WIDOWS AND US!

Taking care of widows is not a shameful thing for the widow or an act of mere generosity by those who would endeavor to obey the command; it is a direct application of the gospel as we do what our Father has done.

  • Nonperishable food items
  • Books (Christian, crafts, bibles-large print)
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Clothing
  • Craft Items
  • Flashlights & batteries
  • Credit cards
  • Kitchen towels/wash clothes/pot holders
  • Laundry detergent, Toiletries
  • Linens: bed sheets (full/queen/king), towels and wash clothes
  • Mattress sets
  • Personal Hygiene items: shampoo, conditioner, face cream, brushes
  • Stationery supplies: blank thank you cards, note cards,

Here, we intend to have men, women, couples, churches adopt these now single families.

We know that their lives are now not anymore the same.

Their fridges now look empty. The kids may not be able to continue schooling.

A father figure is missing, their mums can only try, but are not dads.

Contact Us

Serendipity House Nigeria,
350, Ikorodu Road
Maryland, Lagos, Nigeria
Phone: +2348033285737
Mobile: +2348023140023
http://godswivesinternational.org

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