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Manna Prayer Mountain concludes mercy month


Chris Kwakpovwe

The Manna Prayer Mountain Ministry, Ogudu, Lagos has devoted the whole of June to showing mercy to people in the community, as part of its corporate social responsibility.

The General Overseer and publisher of Our Daily Manna, Bishop (Dr.) Chris Kwakpovwe, said this recently in Lagos, adding that God instructed him three years ago to impact humanity a month before the churchís yearly 14-day prayer and fasting, which holds every July.He recalled that the last time the church undertook such community project in Agboyi village, Lagos, the Bale was very happy, which led to the Bale and his chiefs worshipping in his church. He said he was given a chieftaincy title.

Yesterday, the church took its medical outreach to Lekki and the Police Barracks in Ogudu with medical personnel from Shell and final year medical students from Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) and Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH).

There, people with different ailments were examined and medicines dispensed to them. Those who need surgery, according to the convener, would be referred to the hospital. He explained that this gesture is simultaneously holding in United Kingdom, America and other places, where the ministry has presence.

As the church concludes the programme today, Dr. Kwakpovwe and his team would be visiting orphanages, prisons, and also put smiles on widowí faces.Borrowing the words of Mother Theresa, the cleric said: ìIf you cannot feed 10, feed one; if you cannot feed 20, feed one; if you cannot feed 100, feed one; and if you cannot feed 1million feed one.

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