Obi Onyeabor, 41 … has been living here for eight years.
Outside of work and the church I study the Bible or I go to the gym or relax. I live in Barking with my wife, Chioma, and our three children, aged eight, five and two.
I used to go back to Nigeria frequently but now I go once every two years.
I’m happy in Barking and looking to stay here for a long time.
So, what vital role does he and his brood serve? What skilled profession does he belong to, such that we can’t do without him?
We were doing a food bank locally within the church but the response wasn’t fantastic as people felt odd taking food from others.
Then I came across the Trussell Trust [a national food bank charity] and realised I could do it in a bigger way by extending it to the community.
According to the leftards they're all captains of industry once their raggedy arse touches British soil.
So for the life of me I can't figure out why their own countries are such spit-holes.
The Trussell Trust has some interesting ideas about 'extending it to the community'...
An Essex food bank that helps needy people has defended its decision to host a Champagne buffet at its launch.
Adrian Curtis, food bank network director for the Trussell Trust, said: "The Champagne has been funded by The Oasis Church as a reward for the volunteers."
"When a project launches, people put in quite a bit of work and this is a nice way to consolidate that and reward them."
There's that Oasis Church again.... sinister.
"According to the leftards they're all captains of industry once their raggedy arse touches British soil. "
"The Trussell Trust has some interesting ideas about 'extending it to the community'..."
Ahhhh! I remember that story. Didn't remember which charity it was though...
"There's that Oasis Church again.... sinister."
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