Former Manager of defunct Psquare group, Jude Okoye, who welcomed a baby girl with his wife Ifeoma Michelle Okoye in United States last year, dedicated their baby christened Eleanor Chisom Okoye in church yesterday.
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Jude Okoye was in the news recently for reportedly paying the hospital of a lady identified as Aisha, who welcomed triplets. With that, Jude Okoye contributed his own quota to the #TAPchallenge. The challenge which is championed by Daddy Freeze means ‘Tithe Against Poverty’ where a portion of your income is used to move someone from poverty.
Daddy Freeze who shared the story on Instagram, further encouraged Nigerians to emulate Jude and help the less privileged in anyway they can so that poverty in Nigeria can be reduced.
Remember AISHA the lady who had triplets and couldn’t pay her bill!
@judeengees has sorted it all out as his contribution to the #TAPChallenge.
Please guys say a prayer for him. As he has shown compassion to a woman who can not repay him back so will he and his entire family receive compassion and favor from friends and strangers.
May his pockets never run dry and may he never lack in Jesus name, amen!
Please join us as we take the #TAPChallenge! The tap challenge is the tithe against poverty challenge where a portion of our income is used to remove someone from poverty! ~FRZ
Recall also that the Psquare brothers did put the mansion up for sale, and the agent is aiming to sell the building which has a swimming pool, basement and other exotic features for 320 Million Naira.
Paul Okoye told STV,
“It is a normal thing. I and Jude own squareville, so we decided to sell it. We had already fixed it up as our office and studio and one side for our signed artist.
“When we moved into Ikoyi, going down to Omole became too stressful. Before now, we were ok with the house on the mainland because we had no kids nor family then.
“Now we have our families and going through the third mainland everyday was stressful.
“So, we just decided to sell it while we are making plans to buy somewhere on the Island, preferrably Lekki which is close to us, not the one that the house is on the mainland and when we have to go there, we would be checking the traffic situation.”