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I Pay My Tithe To Less Privileged Children- Empress Njamah

Source: Maryjane Ezeh/Nigeriafilms.com
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Controversial Abuja based actress, Empress Njamah, sure has a heart of Gold.

She has joined the league of stars that are extending hands of help to less privileged kids.
Easter is around the corner and she already has great plans to party with the kids. According to her, that's how she pays her tithe.

"I will not only provide for their basic and educational needs but will also organise a program where I'll invite music artistes and some of my colleagues in the movie industry to come have fun with the kids. It will be a full day of fun as there will also be lots of food and drinks. It's been easy though. , The “God” factor helps me miraculously weather the storms. It's part of how I pay my tithe. I have never been funded by a single soul, government or friend; it has been my sweat all the way and the House of Empress has been supportive too."

She also expressed how she feels each time she parties with these children.

"I feel fulfilled as a person because growing as a child in church, I was taught to always help those in need because my giving could bring about that ray of hope that may have been dashed, thereby bringing God's blessings. I celebrate them all the time not just on my birthday; the foundation celebrates with the kids every month. I'm always happy to be with them because they feel me with loads of joy and happiness which words can't explain.

I dish out gifts to them and continuously inducing that positive mentality into them. We have a lot of things we also do that makes them happy. We have what we call The Workshop which introduces them to interesting things and keeps them busy. These include art and craft/matting/moulding/drawings and more, and I pay people who come to train them.

The girls learn catering and so many other things. Sometimes, I pick the best performing among them and give them a treat like seeing movies/outing/dinners and many more." She added.