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RCCG Throne Room donates borehole, free medical service to Katampe community


The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Throne Room Parish, Transcorp Hilton, Abuja, has once again demonstrated its concerns for the poor in the society as it donated a borehole and provided a free medical services to the indigent people of Katampe 2 community, at Mpape, Abuja.

This gesture is part of the church’s evangelical mission and souls winning for Christ, the leader of the team and Pastor of the Throne Room, Tunde Benjamins said on Saturday.

The free medical services covered both women, men, young, and the aged as well as new born babies. Foods, clothes, shoes, mosquitos nets and other items were also distributed to the people of the community.

Pastor Benjamins said, that providing basic social needs of humanity “is the culture and we will continue to do that whenever God instructed.”

According to Pastor Benjamins, we are so excited seeing that the people of Katampe 2 appreciated our gesture. We thank God for the healing and salvation he brought to the people today.”

He said that they were happy for putting smiles on the faces of people at Katampe 2 adding that similar gesture was carried out at Kwali Area Council, Gishiri, Katampe and other six communities within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja.

The Pastor however, revealed that the borehole donated to Katampe 2 was done in collaboration with their partner Fountain of Grace, Boston, USA.

While thanking the church for the gestures, the chief of the Community, Zakka Bala said the community would forever remain grateful to the church for deeming it fit to donate the borehole and free medical services to his people.

Bala said that before now, it was difficult to get a portable water in the community adding that the borehole would put an end to the sufferings of the people due to lack of good water.

“God will continue to bless you and reward you abundantly. For the borehole, we will safeguard, maintain it and ensure that we enjoy this water you have provided to us,” he added.

Some of the beneficiaries spoke to our correspondent, expressed immense gratitude to the church for bringing the gospel to them at a challenging time.

One of the beneficiaries Engineer Ali Abubakar Yola, who said he was sick and planned to visit hospital when he receives his salary at the end of the month, said he profoundly appreciated the message of the gospel which has impacted his life and healed him from pains and infirmity.

He also thanked the organizers for the gift of food items and clothes.

Another beneficiary, Sarah Philip said she was very happy for the gifts saying God will bless them while urging other Christians in the country to emulate the gesture by putting smiles in the faces of the masses.

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