By KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna
Presiding Pastor of Kingdom Driven Church International, Bishop Ijasubu Fali Indagawa has reached out to some households in Yola, the Adamawa State capital with food items as COVID-19 palliatives.
Fali whose ministry headquarters is in Numan, Adamawa State has visited a community opposite Kasuwan Katako in Yola North LGA and encouraged them to see the challenges of COVID-19 bedeviling the world as another way for God to prove that He lives and exists.
According to him, the people who are considered less privileged but privileged to be loved by God, their struggles or whatever status they society rate them is not how He sees them.
“The pains and the struggles of life they are going through are all requirements that will make them perfect, glory and basking in His blessings,” he said.
He further encouraged them by saying that all men are equal before God and He does His things at a time He feels best for His name to be glorified.
Bishop Fali whose ministry is having branches in Jimeta and Yola, on Saturday told the beneficiaries that COVID-19 is on a sojourn and will one day disappear the way it came.
He enjoined them to follow the instructions of government by staying at home and observing social distance always being preached as away of fighting the virus.
While presenting the food items which includes rice, tea, noodles, maize, yam, food seasoning, sugar, cooking oil and token of money to help them cushion the effects of COVID-19, he prayed for God’s blessings upon them beyond thoughts.
He said the gesture came their way through the partnership of good people like Hauwa Obandoma, Wasinda-Fali, Adasu Yakubu Alkali, John Ijai, Naomi Haruna, Rhoda Tappa and so many other people around Yola.