As part of efforts to support government’s effort at alleviating economic hardship on the people, over five hundred widows, orphans and the less privileged have benefited from the donation of relief materials by the Peculiar God Glory Ministry International, Jikwoyi Abuja.
Donating the Items, the General Overseer, Prince Prophet James Kunle Hephzibah, said the gesture was part of the tradition of the Church to do so every first Sunday of the month as Thanksgiving.
Pastor Hephzibah said it is the responsibility of the people of God to reach out to those who are struggling with life, noting that as representatives of Jesus Christ, people should follow the steps of goodwill laid down by Christ.
While praying for God’s blessings and favour upon the lives of the beneficiaries, the Senior Pastor further appealed to well-meaning Nigerians to come to the aid of the less-privileged, adding that the hardship in the country was alarming.
Responding on behalf of the beneficiaries, Blessing Suleiman, expressed gratitude to the Founder of the Church for putting smiles on their faces and prayed for more of God’s blessings on all those who consider the plight of widows and the less privileged in the society.
Another beneficiary, Charity Dauda, appreciated the Church for remembering the needy, urging them to sustain the good news of love and care for the orphans, widows, downtrodden and vulnerable persons in the society.
Items distributed include rice, beans, garri, provisions, amongst others.