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Abuja based NGO cautions women on lifestyle, healthy living

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By Ajogwu Jerry

A non governmental organization (NGO), King Daughters Foundation has cautioned women and single ladies on better ways to improve their lifestyles through healthy living.
Speaking to participants on Sunday during a seminar held at Fragrance of Life Ministry, Abuja, founder of the foundation, Pastor Favour Show implored women to shun social vices that can delay marriages or lead to eventual breakup in relationships.
She encouraged women to maintain healthy style of living by shunning sedentary lifestyles and adopting the biblical way of life which spells the attributes of a virtuous woman.
She anchored her teachings making an allusion to the book of Proverbs Chapter 31 verse 17 “She girdeth her loins with strength, and strengtheneth her arms”. (KJV).
She further enjoined participants to live simple lifestyles now in order to enjoy a glorious future.
“You can wear the synthetic hair now and use human hair in future. You can’t be a repellant to people around you and expect God’s blessing. Watch your character and mind the way you talk to people.
“A virtuous woman is humble, hardworking and consistent. A virtuous woman is also dependent on God. The Lord has not forgotten you, be encouraged. Don’t give up,” she advised.
The Conference with a theme  “Women Thou Art Loosed: The Lady With A Vision” witnessed the presence of participants from all works of life comprising of single ladies from Nigeria’s capital city and its environ.
King Daughters Foundation was established in 2015 with a mission to help women attain their vision. The foundation has also intervened in cases of abuses against women.

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