A young pastor from Omega Fire Ministries International, Pastor Obiodogwu Emeka Samson, who happens to be one of the Spiritual sons of the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, Apst. Johnson Suleiman, has done something exceptional to the widows in his church located in a small town Sapele, Delta State, where he is currently pastoring.
Pastor Obiodogwu Emeka Samson, who is the pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, Sapele 2 branch, also known has the healthy and wealthy place, has gifted the widows in his church some amount of cash.
That is not all, the young pastor has also placed over 10 widows on a monthly salary to assist them in their daily lives, businesses and all, so that they no longer feel left out from being able to cater for their daily needs.
One of the women, was gifted with a hundred thousand naira (N100,000) to start up a business of her own.
This is not the first time that Pastor Emeka Samson has gifted widows or people with cash to support them, as he has been doing so for long. He is one pastor who believes in giving and helping the poor and needy.
One time he visited Sapele market and started giving petty traders money to help boost their businesses and also support their daily lives, after which he preached the gospel to them.
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