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  1. AWESOME job..God bless you all
    Please check in on them so that thief don’t come steal their possessions

  2. Sounds like a “Windrush Generation” situation. If that is the case she is entitled to compensation. The journalists need to look into that.

    1. Yes she should pls I am begging some heads of government to speak up for her and let she receive some compensation this thing is not a joke . It is a sad situation 😭😭😭 poor lady I feel it for her..

  3. I were just watching this broadcast and understand this couple were deported from the UK and the lady in question were here from she were 10 years old.
    I would like to know under what circumstances she were deported?
    Quite a lot of adults who came to the UK as children under the Wind-rush scheme find themselves deported can now claim compensation.
    I hope it’s a case where she can claim.

  4. That’s the problem brother no one cares anymore. Thank God for Pastors like you. I have donated to people in Jamaica I don’t know. Many wealthy people in Jamaica don’t care. I left Jamaica a poor young girl who was teased for being poor. . I worked very hard to make something of myself with God’s help and help when possible because we’re all God’s people. Can’t take anything to the grave but dead body. Need to show love.

  5. Some good news for a change coming from Jamaica, churches take notes and follow the leadership of mark Stewart πŸ‘ .

  6. An admirable and selfless undertaking, driven by a strong desire to benefit others. It is truly heartening to witness such noble altruism in action.

  7. God bless you Rev. Mark Stewart and the crew who assisted this lady.
    I believe your “Good Samaritan” work along with all those who assisted and give to the helpless and needy will be rewarded by the Lord Jesus.
    Congratulations to you all.πŸ‘πŸ‘

  8. To God be the glory. May your store basket never empties and others come on board to be their brother’s keeper. God bless you abundantly.

  9. I wonder if someone @Television Jamaica or the pastor could contact the Windrush Taskforce on her behalf to see if they could determine if she was wrongly deported since she was in the UK from sue was 10 years old and at that time automatically entitled to ILR and possible citizenship

  10. It’s great to see the kindness of the community helping the vulnerable. Well done all involved.

    Clip forwarded to someone in the UK who processes Windrush claims. Hopefully they will get in touch soon and figure out what has gone wrong and help to resolve it quickly.

  11. What happened to her pension and her social security that she was suppose to get while she was working overseas as a nurse

  12. This church is always helping people in need happy to see them being recognized God bless you Rev and the Break through teamπŸ™πŸ™

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