Renowned man of God and philanthropist, Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin has joined the league of well meaning affluent Nigerians who are supporting the country in the fight against Covid-19.
The billionaire prophet, who has in times past, displayed his utmost generousity to those in need, has waded in the battle to fight Covid-19 as he donates a tremendous amount of N300 million to the cause.
In an interview with StrokesAfrica recently, the Prophet revealed that through his Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin (JOF) foundation, he’s given back congregational tithes and offerings to Nigerians for a charitable cause.
According to Prophet Fufeyin, this is the best time yet for known men of God to give back to their members, followers and the society at large.
Surprisingly, Prophet Jeremiah deems the collections of tithes and offerings from members through an online channel —as done in some churches— as “insensitive” as this is a time where people are striving hard to survive.
It’s the wake of this hardship after the lockdown directive by the government that has the Prophet giving back to Nigerians through his JOF foundation.
He began this charitable cause by releasing over 25 million Naira to his church workers, members and staff to alleviate the effects of the current lockdown situation.
He then donated trailer trucks of fully stocked preservable food items said to be worth over 50 Million Naira to the Federal Government through the instrumentality of the Delta State Government, and also to other riverine areas.
Prophey Fufeyin has also, so far, disbursed over 250 Million Naira on all of his social media platforms (Facebook, YouTube, Twitter) since the genesis of the lockdown directive and this will stretch through to the 14th of April and potentially, further than that.
As is his generous nature, he is still willing to continue giving for as long as it takes. He also reinstated that his Prophecies towards the annihilation of the Covid-19 pandemic remains unwavering.
Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin also implored other well-meaning Nigerians and men of God to recreate his endeavours so as to heal the world stealthily.
By Chris Vic Churchill