TREM targets less-privileged at Rehoboth 2016 confab
Less privileged members of the society will soon have a cause to smile as The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM) Victory and Integrity branch, Victoria Island, Lagos, has mapped out series of event to empower its host community during her 2016 Rehoboth Conference.
The Chairman of the Rehoboth Planning Committee, Deaconess Titi Oshin, who disclosed this, said the less privileged would among other gifts, receive large quantities of mosquito nets as a means of eradicating malaria from their homes.
Apart from the focus on the less -privileged, a talent hunt has been initiated to add value to participants during the programme.
According to the coordinator of the Talent Hunt, Deaconess Nene Rasheed Olaoluwa, the event would be used to train youths on the importance of hard work and disabuse their minds against the prevailing get rich quick syndrome in the society.
The overall winner would go home with N100,000, while the first runner-up and second runner-up will get N75,000 and N50,000 respectively.
Pastor of the branch, Tony Sampson, said the church would not stop until sound morals are returned to society through the youths, who will become the leaders of tomorrow.
While describing societal decay as signs of the end time, he said the REHOBOTH Conference, which was given birth to in 2013 during the dedication of the church auditorium, has become a time for great spiritual impartation.
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