Pastor Adeboye Foluke, who is the wife of Pastor Adeboye Enoch, the presiding Pastor and General Overseer of RCCG, has been reported to have sent 3 trucks containing food commodities to the End SARS protesters at Alausa, in Lagos.
On Sunday, Many of the protesters have verified the donation, they went to their Twitter to appreciate the pastor of RCCG for his support.
For more than 11 days now, Alausa has been the main point where these End SARS protesters meet, they've been protesting against bad governance and the brutality of the police.
Mrs. Foluke Adeboye was announced that she sent them:
Bottled water - 27 packs.
Pure water - 1,000 bags.
Puff-puff or Burns 27 bags.
She sent these to the protesters who had previously rejected the same donations from Akinsanya Musiliu, popularly recognized as MC Oluomo, the current Chairman of NURTW.
The Pastor's donation arrived a few days following her husband's words of support for the End SARS Protest.
Pastor Adeboye had previously posted on his Twitter page, this is what he said.
“The Church also supports the dissolution of SARS and warns that the organization of the new unit called SWAT shouldn't turn out to be the case of an old wine inside a fresh bottle.
“The Church restated its request on Government to carry out necessary steps to fight the increasing rate of joblessness, deterioration in the educational operation of the country, and the prevailing tough economic condition in Nigeria”.
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