COVID-19: David Oyedepo Donates Ambulances, Food, Test kits to Lagos and Ogun State
Living Faith Church Worldwide (Winners’s Chapel International) donated ambulances, test kits, personal protective equipment (PPE) to the governments of Lagos and Ogun states to help fight the scourge of Coronaviruses ( COVID-19) in Nigeria.
The church also donated medical resources and food items as part of its ongoing and progressive support to the Nigerian authorities to tame the COVID-19 pandemic and the spicy effects of isolation on the country’s poor citizens.
According to a church statement signed by Professor Sheriff Folarin, chairman of the editorial and media committee of Living Faith Church Worldwide (LFCWW), “the global coronavirus pandemic has reached dangerous dimensions, with a spike in the number of infections in the world, and inevitable harmful effects on the world economy and on practically all areas of human activity.
Living Faith Church, as a faith-based organization with a global reach, wishes to express its full support for the Nigerian government and global efforts to win the war against this invisible but common enemy of humanity. “
He said that among the given medical / health resources there were two state-of-the-art ambulances with capacity for first aid, testing and treatment of those infected or in an emergency resulting from the infection.
Professor Folarin said that “each of the ambulances will be given to the states of Lagos and Ogun, in order to strengthen the measures to combat the disease and treat them.
“The other items include 20 boxes of latex gloves (10 boxes per box), 10 boxes of disposable masks (40 boxes per box), 40 pieces of infrared thermometer (in the shape of a gun), 500 pieces of personal protection (PPE) ) Hazmat suit, two boxes of pulse oximeter (10 per box) and two boxes of blood pressure monitor (10 per box).
On Monday, presiding bishop David Oyedepo, taking delivery of ambulances and other medical supplies, maintained that the church would continue to provide medical, material and spiritual support to the government and the people to ensure that the situation in Nigeria does not explode or become insoluble. .
Archbishop Oyedepo personally supports the principle of giving and caring for the needy, which are the hallmarks of the ministry under his leadership.
“Food products are also being received, which are intended to be distributed immediately as a palliative to the less privileged who are likely to be most affected by the foreclosure.
These are 400 bags of rice, 150 bags of beans, 400 bags of garri, 500 gallons of vegetable oil, among other items
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