Princess Belemzy brings happiness to special kids
Not very often do less privileged children have smiles on their faces. Usually, the days roll by with little or nothing to cheer about. And for many of them, there is no difference between special occasions like festive periods and an ordinary day. It is usually all gloom and dry.
Reason why a few Nigerians and humanitarian organization spare a thought for these less fortunate kids and make it a duty to celebrate festive seasons with them. One of them is Evangelist Princess Belemzy of Princess Belemzy Ministry who has adopted a lifestyle of giving. To celebrate Easter, the ministry, led by its founder donated food items to kids of a special home in Akoka area of Lagos State.
Based in Houston Texas, United States, Belemzy who was in Nigeria for a church programme during Easter, did not let the opportunity pass by without touching lives, when she led some of her members to the orphanage for a special time out with the special kids.
Speaking with The Guardian on her motivation, she said: “This is not something I am doing on my own. I have an online ministry and a lot of my members online put some money together for us to do this. We are blessed to be here with them. This is the first time I am doing this because my ministry is just one year. I used to be a party person, for 15 years I did not go to church, until few months ago when I repented. I intend to do this more often. I chose this school because I heard they have so many children, over 200. I wanted a place where there is a need,” she noted.
The preacher is highly spirited about her new found love. “I have been running away from doing God’s work and because of that I was the best party promoter in Houston, Texas. The last time I came to Nigeria five years ago, I went to all the clubs in Lagos and Abuja. Something happened in November 2015, when I finally gave my life to Christ, the following year; I got filled with the Holy Ghost. I thank God for the privilege of winning souls to Christ. My ministry is attracting lot of people. When I was doing the party I was attracting people to the club but now it is switched around.”
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