Prophet Jeremiah supports members and government with N300m

Prophet Jeremiah supports members and government with N300m

The senior pastor of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, has flapped his giving wing to his church members and the government of Nigeria as a whole.

The man of God through his social media has communicated an earlier amount of N150 to aid floundering church members, whose businesses or source of funds, might have been halted, by inactivity during the lockdown in Nigeria.

The adventure never only looked “promising” but clearly provided aid to those who really needed it. In the process of time, the man of God, inflated this stimulus plan to a whooping N300m, which is dollar equivalent to USD777, 458.80.

The modus operandi of being a beneficiary is to alert the church’s official team with your official bank account, and your account will be credited with a specific amount.

Many have benefitted from this initiative of the church and have rained all manner of blessings upon the man of God.

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The official Facebook handle of the prophet is flooded with blessings.

 

 

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