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Losing My Children Made Me Homeless, 80-year Old Woman Living Under The Bridge Says

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I pitied for her, God have mercy on her

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at 80 only God can help you i pray you will see helper though its painful to lose love ones

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It is a very sad story. Sorry oo did self .

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so sorry ma..
hopefully someone from above will come to ur rescue..
nice update

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[ @AltineBagudo: ] Am sorry woo so sad news indeed sorry madam for loosing for your children

sad news indeed

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I am a smart,simple and religious person
That is a great problem and very basic

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[ johnson: ] Ahhhhhh dis is life for u ooo

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Olaitan

Johnson ][/b] Has so bad the lord will send u an helper

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Olaitan
At such an age everyone diserves to be pampared by their children, Eyaaaaa

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chai its a pity take heart

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so sorry mar may all might alha intervene to you matter

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I am very gentle soul business man am a great man business
it's quit unfortunate but don't she has any surviving relative

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so sad,my condolence. God is in control

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I sympathize with your situation

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She was into trading at that
time but loosing the child is so bad

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This is a pathetic story government please help her

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Good will help you maa

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this is sadden and pathetic,good console you mama,OK thanks for the information

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Chain! This is touching oo. No relations?

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Government should have a place specially dedicated to taking care of old ones.

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This is serious. Thank you for this. May God be with the woman

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Madam Oke who is popularly addressed
as
Iya Ilorin has lived under the bridge for
three years. She said that the death of
some
of her children and her husband
attributed
to her being homeless and
consequently, an
under-bridge dweller.
Iya Ilorin was a food seller before she
became homeless. She urged well-
meaning
Nigerians to come to her aid as things
are
difficult for her.

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Thank you for the news about the word homeless

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She had to resort to living under the bridge

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eyyah!!! very sad to hear dat...

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exjam 08 set
God will do something good

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