Occupants of an Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp opened by billionaire prophet, Jeremiah Fufeyin, founding father of Christ Mercy Land in Warri, Delta State, might have discovered succour after flood displaced them from their properties.
This is even because the Prophet supplied the IDPs N5million along with three-square meal, clothings and medical remedy.
Speaking whereas visiting the IDPs, Fufeyin mentioned the church would do all the pieces potential to assuage their plight because the flood victims had been subjected to medical examination and remedy after their publicity to flood water, which has been linked to cholera.
In a viral video posted by the church, which is making the spherical on the web, the victims had been seen jubilating whereas praising the billionaire Prophet, a.okay.a Papa J, for coming to their support.
The over 5,000 flood victims together with youngsters and nursing moms had been, in response to the church, accounted for by way of an preliminary registration.
Fufeyin mentioned the IDPs had been victims from 5 States of Kogi, Delta, Bayelsa, Rivers and Anambra.
He famous that he had promised God that he would put humanity first if he ever will get blessed, including that offering for the IDPs was a part of attending to his phrases.
He mentioned: “Coming to their rescue is not by my power, it is the power of God.”
Fufeyin mentioned the initiative was being sponsored by way of the Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin Foundation.
Recall that Prophet Fufeyin had about two weeks in the past personally joined rescue mission within the flood waters.
Fufeyin and his group seen in a video with a white ticket with an inscription, “Rescue flood victims,” visited a few of the affected flood states within the nation, together with Anambara, Delta, Kogi, Bayelsa and others.
Visiting Ayakoromo group in Burutu Council Area of Delta State, Fufeyin had assembled the group with the settlement of the leaders in a city corridor offering monetary help and evacuating probably the most affected folks into the church services, stressing that they might be cared for and offered non permanent shelter till the flood abates within the area.