The General overseer of Christ Mercyland ministry.inc, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, has called out wealthy clerics across the continents, especially in Nigeria,to assuage the plight of the masses by giving their wealth to the poor as part of the attempts to reduce the weight of CoVid-19 lockdown phenomenon.
According to Mr. Fufeyin, Nigerians have given so much to the church and it is only fair that wealthy pastors give back in these trying times.
Fufeyin,who is also the president of "Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin,JOF, foundation, had last week donated about #300million to the Federal government, members of his church & indingent Nigerians. Insisting that the president of the Federal republic of Nigeria 🇳🇬, Muhammad Buhari-led administration needs the support of well-meaning Nigerians, especially wealthy clergymen to mitigate challenges faced by poor Nigerians. The prophet in a statement by his Publicity secretary, Moses Akpovotiti and Media Aide, Tare Franklin Fufeyin, urged rich pastors to support the Federal government by assisting the vulnerable Nigerians.
He said, " Nigerians needs the church now than ever before and I am challenging all Nigerian billionaire clergymen like myself to come out and do something to the benefit of Nigeria and in support to the Federal government." The man of God says he's giving out another #800million naira charity donations to Nigerians so as to relieve hardship & hunger during this time, especially with the lockdown of major cities in Nigeria.
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