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Olukoya feeds vulnerable residents, donates ambulance to state

By Chris Irekamba
10 May 2020   |   1:33 am
To lessen the effect of the lockdown on citizens, the General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries Worldwide, Dr. Daniel Olukoya, has donated packs of foodstuff to vulnerable residents of Lagos Mainland Local Government Area.

To lessen the effect of the lockdown on citizens, the General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries Worldwide, Dr. Daniel Olukoya, has donated packs of foodstuff to vulnerable residents of Lagos Mainland Local Government Area.

To ensure equitable distribution and avoid rancour in the sharing process, Dr. Olukoya engaged the services of young boys in every locality, ‘because they know themselves.’ 

The event, which started at 9am from Alagomeji, covered Old Yaba Road, Herbert Macaulay, Adekunle, Layinka, Latunde, Ayodele Streets, and proceeded through Ladipo, Wright, Cater, Mac Culum, Moloney, Glover and Freeman Streets, among others. It ended in the evening at Simpson by Latunde Streets.

Besides feeding the community, the church, in the first week of the lockdown, donated several packs of hand gloves, nose and mouth masks, as well as booklets of the ministry’s 30 Days Prayer Retreat, to the state government at the Yaba Primary Healthcare facility, being the first installment of donations. 

Similarly, the ministry donated a brand new Toyota Hiace ambulance to Lagos State government. 

The second installment, which was the donation of medicaments, was handed to government during the third week of lockdown, while a similar gesture was extended to Ogun State government, through MFM ministry in Abeokuta. Beneficiaries were appreciative of the kind gesture and prayed God to continue to preserve Olukoya’s life for taking care of them at this period of need. The church also extended the humanitarian gesture to MFM members through their groups. 

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