- Bishop Isaac Idahosa has donated relief materials to his church members to survive during the COVID-19 lockdown
- The bishop gave his congregation rice and hand sanitizers
- The man of God also told them to save their church offerings to survive at home
At the moment, some countries in the world are battling a pandemic that has taken thousands of lives. This pandemic is caused by a virus that has been identified as COVID-19, and has spread across different countries.
To contain the virus, countries have charged citizens to stay indoors until the spread of the virus reduces. During this time, wealthy Nigerians have taken the step to help other nationals survive during the lockdown.
A Nigerian pastor identified as Bishop Isaac Idahosa has joined the list of people helping others during this period. The bishop decided to donate relief materials to his church members to help them out.
Idahosa, who is the general overseer of the God First Ministry, distributed rice and hand sanitizers to his church members.
The bishop also asked his congregation to save their offerings during the lockdown period and use it to survive.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, recently joined the fight against coronavirus.
The pastor has reportedly donated 11 intensive care unit (ICU) beds, fully fitted with ventilators, to help fight the COVID-19.
These beds with ventilators are said to be located at Redeemers Health Care Centre, Mowe, Ogun state, LASUTH Lagos state, and Plateau state specialist hospital, Jos.
Legit.ng also reported that in its bid to support Lagosians during this coronavirus period, the Lagos state government has announced that it would be providing foods such as rice, beans, garri, pepper and water to the indigent and the most vulnerable in the society.
This was disclosed by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu during a briefing on Friday, March 27. According to him, this is part of the state's efforts to cushion the effects of the 14-day stay-at-home directive. He said the food items would be distributed to 200,000 households.
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