Rev. Ezekiella: We have been going through series of interviews with a special and unique group of people in the society. We came in contact with them through the tragedies they had been through.
The loss of a parent has kept them stuck and stranded from advancing in life. Some of them loose their parents brutally and that loss had taken the future away from them, it had taken every iota of hope they could ever have but here in Sam Amaga Foundation, we are so blessed by God that when we heard of their individual stories, the international president of this foundation, Archbishop Sam Amaga, took a stand with God to partner with God to say these children will not remain orphans and most of all, satan will not have the final say over their lives. We present to you Noel Joseph. You’re welcome Noel; please share with us your story.
Noel: My name is Noel Joseph, growing up wasn’t easy for me like every kid you see. When I was still in my mother’s womb, my father disowned my mother I. we were kicked out of the house and as a single parent my mother gave all she could to see me grow up. Unfortunately she passed on and from there on I had no place to stay, nowhere to call a home until an orphanage house took me in. I am trusting God to bring hope and divine help my way; I hang firmly on his word that says: when my father and mother let me down, then will the Lord
pick me up.