Synagogue Church of All Nations donates to the aged in North-East Region

Synagogue Church of All Nations donates to the aged in North-East Region

About 141 females at the camp are branded witches

Pastor Evelyn Joshua, Head of the Syn­agogue Church of All Nations recently despatched the Emmanuel Television Partners ably led by Lawyer John Ajet-Na­sam to make two separate donations of various items to the aged in the North East Region as well as alleged witches and wiz­ards in the Northern Region of Ghana.

In the North East Region, the team pre­sented rice, gari and maize to the elderly at Naminyilla in the West Mamprusi District on March 4, 2023.

About 30 older women in the community also received wax prints from Pastor Evelyn Joshua with the accompanying message to the people that her gesture was based on love and urged the beneficiaries to do same regardless of ethnicity, religion or creed.

Presenting the items, Lawyer Ajet-Nasam underscored the legacy left by Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua popularly called Prophet TB Joshua of blessed memory which members of the church would continue to follow.

He buttressed his short address with a quotation of the late famous and popular man of God and what he stood for:

“Some people see giving as a way of helping those they are giving to; as a result, they magnify themselves above those they are giving to.” T.B. Joshua.

Following the stance of the church with regard to charity to humankind and seeing giving as “a rare Grace from God,” about 80 elderly people were blessed on that joyful day.

In a related development, Lawyer John Ajet-Nasam and the Emmanuel TV Team made another donation to the unfortunate people who had been branded witches and wizards and confined to a camp at Ghani in the Yendi Municipality of the Northern Region.

The inmates at the alleged witches and wizards camp comprised 141 females and 88 males. They received gari and rice from the Team for their upkeep.

The delegation led by Lawyer Ajet-Na­sam was welcomed by Tindan Shay, a chief overseeing these marginalised persons in the community.

He appreciated the support given by some Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) such as AcionAid as well as the churches and made a passionate appeal to the Em­manuel TV Team for a mechanised borehole since the older ones among the inmates had no energy to pump the only borehole which was their main source of potable water.

The inmates were extremely grateful to Pastor Evelyn Joshua for her motherly support and appealed to the Emmanuel TV team not to forget of them.

By Castro Zangina-Tong

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