OPM targets free schools for indigent citizens
Omega Power Ministries, OPM, has disclosed plan for the construction of state of the art free schools for the indigent members of the society across the country.
The General Overseer, Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere, who stated this in Karu, Nasarawa State, while commissioning a culvert, constructed by the church, said the schools will enable them to have access to learning.
He said the church is poised to make positive impact in the lives of people through provision of social amenities, stressing that several humanitarian projects to uplift the helpless in our domain are underway.
According to him, the church has built 18 free estates, where the less privileged people live free of charge, and has constructed the largest multi skills acquisition centre to train over 20,000 citizens.
Similarly, he disclosed that the Ministries offered undergraduate international scholarships; “reformed ex-militants, armed robbers and
prostitutes, and built a restaurant for the poor to walk in and eat free food.
Also, the District Head of Karu, Chief Danladi Cheshi, expressed appreciation for the church’s humanitarian projects in the area and called on individuals, politicians and others to emulate the organisation by giving back to the society.