BRIEF HISTORY OF MOHERS OF HOPE INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVE (MOHII)

About 15years back, Mrs. Egelege, Aziemeola Pius had the dream and
desire to bring succor and hope to the needy and the less privilege
especially those rejected and forgotten by society. The zeal to bring out
the greater good in this class of people brought her to think of what good
she could do, when and how she could achieve this. This led her to
adopting some children (male and female) and with the help of her
husband nursed them, some from birth, till now. They are in schools and
colleges within and outside our country Nigeria. Apart from these ones
that are now part of her family, she is also sponsoring the education of
some others living elsewhere, she has trained and set up businesses for
indigents mothers from other religious denominations, adopted new born
babies to childless mothers who could not, supported homes in her
counseling to restore peace in their families and many others, arranged,
supported and sponsor couples who are not married by law but are living
together to marry as the custom demanded. She has been able to stretch
her helping hands to the less privileged in the society, giving hope to the
hopeless, home and shelter to the homeless, clothing to the naked etc.
Over the years; with the help of her family lawyer, she has given legal
aid to the indigent members of the society by way of legal representation
in court without fee. (Pro bono)
Thus, she became the “MOTHER OF HOPE” holding out her hands in
the dark for people in need.
THE BIRTH OF MOHII:
In the pursuit of her dream with fire and enthusiasm, people around her
felt the warmth she gave to the hopeless and began to draw near her. The

first to join her were her colleagues and associates who believe that the
future belongs to those who believe in their dreams with our Lord’s
guidance and whose ground of hope is embedded in the saying that ‘The
love we give away is the only love we keep’ with these group of women
of integrity who want to dedicate some of their life to others began to
key in giving birth to MOHII with Mrs. Egelege Aziemeola Pius as her
Mother founder, an icon of generosity and love to humanity. Because of
the mother founder willingness and ability to accomplish results, she
encouraged people to key in so that they may benefit by putting smiles
on the faces of the down-trodden by this way, her placement of value
and care on people. MOHII is a conglomeration of people of like minds
who intoxicated by the mother founder’s dream of kindness to the
informal to a formal development of an NGO.
It is on this premise that the decision to give it a legal backing by
registering it with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) came up
and the process is completed by His is grace. MOHII is now a registered
NGO with CAC.
MEMBERSHIP:
MOTHERS OF HOPE INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVE (MOHII) is a
non-governmental organization symbolizing the coming together of
people from different walks of life, residing within and outside the
country and from different denominations of the Christian faith. They
are mostly women though membership is also open to men as Associate
members
RULES AND REGULATIONS:

This organization being a registered one has rules and regulations
embedded in her constitution. Other attributes that depict on
organization are also found in these contributions.
Members pay dues and make such contributions as may be needed to
embark on projects of kindness in charity which is the language the deaf
hear, the blind read and the needy smile at. Benefactors/benefactress
individuals, agencies and government can be approached for sponsorship
integrity and commitment are our watch words.
As the name implies, our hope is to give hope to the suffering people of
the world through education, provision of means of livelihood ,
healthcare services, counseling, succor to the girls child and the
motherless, etc. our prayer is to achieve all this through Jesus Christ our
Lord, Amen.
GREAT MOHII!!! GREAT
GREAT MOHII!!! IN LOVE AND UNITY, WE STAND
GREAT MOHII!!! CHRIST IS WITH US

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