The Dunamis International Gospel Centre, DIGC, has once again extended its helping hands to the society as the effects of the coronavirus lockdown continue to bite harder on the people.
This is the fourth time the ministry would be embarking another humanitarian feeding gesture since the lockdown order was announced due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Barely two weeks after donating food items and other relief materials to cushion the effects of the lockdown on members of the church and residents of the Federal Capital Territory, the ministry on Friday at the Dunamis Lord’s Garden, distributed the relief materials to people irrespective of religion or denomination under the supervision of the Senior Pastors, Dr. Paul and Dr. Mrs. Becky Enenche.
IDOMA VOICE recalls that the church had distributed preventive kits and other medical materials to the Federal Capital Territory Authority and AMAC Clinic as parts of its support to the fight against the disease.
Speaking during the outreach, the Senior Pastor of DIGC, Dr. Paul Enenche, said the gesture was not done to prove any point or make a show but to meet the desperate needs of the people at this critical time.
He said, “This is the fourth time we are doing in this season to cushion the effect of COVID-19 and we will continue to do more as the Lord strengthens us. Please, note that this is NOT an attempt to make a show or prove a point but to meet the desperate needs of the people, to shine the light and glorify our Father in Heaven. (Matt. 5:16). Be encouraged to do same to the extent of your capacity. God bless you.”
On her part, Dr. Becky Enenche urged the people to not to give up as the coronavirus scourge would soon be a thing of the past.
“Whatever we are going through at this critical time should not make us give up. Like we sang in our latest song, “Keep Holding on, your victory is here”, we believe strongly that our victory over this plague of coronavirus ravaging our nation and the rest of the world will soon be history.
“Let us continue to hope in God and observe all the precautionary measures and the Lord will help us.”
Among items distributed were: thousands of smaller kg bags rice, bags of beans, tubers of yam, bags of orange, and mangos.
Others included: crates of eggs, cried fish, fresh fish, cooking oil and other items.