admasu: Sitting at a large table, feeding her toddler spoonfuls for pur e on Tuesday, Admasu described her new home as beautiful, according to CBC. The idea for Naomi House was born five years ago. Naomi House opened on Ellice Avenue Sunday and welcomed Kuku Admasu and her boys Monday. After years of fundraising, City Church began construction at 700 Ellice Ave. two years ago. Admasu and her two sons, Amen, 2, and Gabriel, 8, are the first refugees to finally move in. Just about every aspect of the building, from the architectural drawings and engineer specs to the plumbing and electrical work, was the work of volunteers. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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