Lockdown: Throneroom donates N6m to Jama’a LGA

A Kafanchan based international Christian Organisation, “Throneroom Trust Ministry,” has donated palliatives to the vulnerable to cushion effects of the lock down imposed by the state government.

Handing over the items to the Jama’a local government council chairman,  Mr Peter Danjuma Averik, who is also the COVID-19 Response Team for onward distribution, the vision pioneer of the ministry, Apostle Nuhu Kure said the token was intended to identify with the down trodden while the lock down lasted.

Kure added that the items were part of the ministry’s social responsibility to the society, as it is meant to help reduce the effects of the lock down on people in the area. He also said part of the items would go to the security operatives for their efforts and sacrifice during the lock down period.

He commented government at all levels for measures put in place to halt the spread of the disease adding that citizens had a duty to get behind government on its effort to defeat the pandemic.

While tasking Nigerians to put all hands on deck in trying to develop a cure for the virus, a feat he stressed would be instrumental in catapulting the country into glory and fame, he admonished the government to support any person or group of people that need to get a cure for the virus.

He further said “I want to call on everybody to donate something, even the farmers can donate things like yam and any other thing that they have.

“I want to enjoin neighbours who see their fellow neighbours starving to rise to the occasion so that together we can put a smile on people’s faces and feed those struggling to survive at this time.”

The cleric concluded by tasking residents to comply with the lockdown order.

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