“If there’s a cause worth fighting for, it’s this: children belong in families.”

 My Life

I was born in Benin, West Africa, and my father died when I was 8 years old. 

He left behind a widow and four children. My Mom worked hard and taught me the value of hard work in the process. When I was 13 years old, she moved us to America to give us a better life.  

While in high school, I encountered the love of God for the first time at a church that my best friend invited me to. All I remember is the warm hug I felt (even though no one was hugging me) during worship time.  It was love that I had never felt before in my life and tears flowed down my face for hours. 

After giving my life to Jesus, I started asking what He wanted me to do with my life.  A few weeks later, as I was worshipping Jesus at the church, I heard a clear voice behind me say “I want you to take care of my orphans and widows.” 

I have always felt a holy anger in my heart from a young age towards the injustice of kids being left on the streets.

This is what God had placed me on the earth to do. 

My Beliefs

Jesus Christ

I believe in the deity and humanity of Jesus Christ. Jesus is the sole Mediator able to restore the broken relationship, and the resulting alienation, between God and people (John 14:6; Acts 4:12)

God is one God eternally existent in three persons

I believe that God is one (Mark 12:29), yet mysteriously and eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 13:14).

Holy Spirit

I believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit. Indwelling followers of Christ, the Holy Spirit enables believers to live as new creations in Christ and empowers them for service (John 16:7-14; Galatians 5:22-23; Ephesians 6:17).

The Bible

I believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative word of God. The Bible is the basis for all our essential beliefs (2 Timothy 3:16-17).

My Career

  • Adoption Lawyer

As I graduated from law school, my intention was to advocate for children in the foster care system, to be a voice for those who didn’t have one. I opened my adoption law practice in 2016 after my third son was born.

  • Practice Areas

Over the years, I have handled juvenile court cases, guardianships, estate planning cases, and contested and uncontested adoption cases. 

  • God’s Calling

In 2020, I started feeling strongly from the Lord that it was time to start advocating for orphans worldwide, not just in the U.S. And so my non-profit organization, Mahuna, Inc. was born. 

Its mission is to proclaim the soon coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and to care for His orphans and widows through advocacy and education in the Church and communities.

I’m so grateful to be a part of God’s work on the earth and invite you to join me in caring for His orphans and widows in America and all over the world. 

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