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The Olumeyans on caring for the less privileged

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As part of efforts at caring for the less privileged in the society, Pastors Femi and Irene Olumeyan of New Life Amazing Grace Bible Church, Lagos, will present their nine books and the proceeds will go that segment of society. Pastor Olumeyan, in an interview said:

“We are launching nine books at the same time: three on marriage, three on prayer and three on redemption. For the marriage, one is for singles, another for couples and the last one is Keys to Happy Marriage.

According to him, the books are products of the desire to pass on life’s experience to others, adding, “We need to write our thought for others so that they can learn from our experience. The nine books will be launched on December 3, 2016. We also want to use the books to help the less privileged, like paying of school fee and giving scholarship to the needy.”

Speaking further, Olumeyan said, “My wife and I co-authored the book on marriage and looking at our background. We are products of help. I lost my dad at a very tender age. Going to school was difficult. I had to do menial jobs. I remember I got N12,000 from Bishop Oyedepo’s scholarship scheme. I also did my Master’s programme through the help of another foundation. So, in order to put smiles on the faces of the less privileged, I decided that I am not writing to make money but to help people that are going through the challenges I also passed through.


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