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Economic Hardship: Deeper Life Church Shares Food, Cash To Less Privileged In Taraba

By Andrew Ojih,  Jalingo,

In a bid to reduce the current economic hardship being faced by Nigerians, the Taraba state branch of deeper life bible church on Sunday distributed food items and cash to the less privileged in the state.

The state overseer of the church, Pastor Samuel Omajali while fielding questions from newsmen at the end of a combined service to thank God over the just concluded Global Crusade, held by the General overseer of the church, Pastor W.F Kumuyi in Wukari LGA of the state expressed worry over the difficult situation citizens are experiencing. 

“As we all know, prices of food items and other commodities have been on the rise and there’s not even money for people to eat their three square meals. 

“Therefore, as a Church, we can’t sit in our comfort zone and watch those in need suffer, that is why we chose to put our resources together to improve lives,” he said.

He noted that the high cost of living has made life unbearable for the poor,  adding that the government must urgently take measures to stem the tide. 

According to him, the distribution of the cash and food items would go across to widows and orphans respectively. 

Omajali who said that God used Pastor W.F Kumuyi to heal many during the Wukari global crusade, hinted that millions of people testified over the wonders of God over their lives. 

Additionally, he urged other members of the church who were more privileged to also extend similar gestures to some congregants and those in need around them.

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